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I finally have a life plan and I'm 41

2020.10.24 20:09 FireTheLaserBeam I finally have a life plan and I'm 41

It didn't take that long, huh?!
I've kinda breezed through life. Never been married, no kids, not a lot of baggage. I've been a waiter ever since college (which I never completed). I intended to be a high school english teacher, but this was back in 1998-2000. I "took a semester off" and never finished. So back in 2015 I tried again, but realized the world had changed too much and I could no longer stand teenagers. Being a waiter sucks, especially when you're over 40. The money is decent enough, you can make a somewhat comfortable living off of it, otherwise I wouldn't be doing it. But it's wearing me down to a nub.
Now that I'm in my 40s and I can see things from a different perspective, I finally have some life goals. I volunteer for a local radio reading program for the handicapped and the elderly and shut-ins, and I really, really enjoy it. So I decided to go back to school for a career in radio. I did some research and the average radio DJ makes around 35k a year. That doesn't sound like a lot, but I make 20k a year as a waiter. That would be 15k extra a year that I'm not used to. Seeing as I don't have any kids, or a wife, all of my income would be solely for me. The instructors at the school said I may have to follow the job somewhere else out of state, which is fine with me. I'm in Dayton, Ohio, but my family is spread all over the place, and I have no roots, so I wouldn't care if I had to move.
So these are my goals. Within ten years, I want to:
  1. have a CAREER, not a job, a CAREER, in radio.
  2. own a tiny home. You know, those super cool little tiny homes.
  3. have free range guinea pigs, like six or so. I already have three little girls, they're in a huge 9'x2' cage, but I want them to be able to move around wherever they want during the day. At night I would put them back into their cage. They're poop factories so I'd have to vacuum every day, but it wouldn't take so long, seeing as how it's a tiny home.
And there you have it. I've not got much interest in dating or "finding love". I do get lonely sometimes but I know for a fact that I do not want to ever get married or have kids, so finding a partner with the same goals or dreams is kinda hard. But thankfully it's not that big of a priority to me. For once in a long time I feel proud of myself.
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2020.10.16 01:02 autotldr DOJ charges Texas billionaire in $2 billion tax fraud scheme

This is the best tl;dr I could make, original reduced by 73%. (I'm a bot)
SAN FRANCISCO - Federal prosecutors charged Texas billionaire Robert Brockman on Thursday with a $2 billion tax fraud scheme in what they say is the largest such case against an American.
The 39-count indictment unsealed Thursday charges Brockman, the chief executive officer of Ohio-based software company Reynolds and Reynolds Co., with tax evasion, wire fraud, money laundering, and other offenses.
Brockman, a resident of Houston and Pitkin County, Colorado, is chairman and CEO of Reynolds and Reynolds, a 4,300-employee company near Dayton, Ohio, that sells accounting, sales and management software to auto dealerships.
Reynolds & Reynolds issued a statement saying the allegations were outside Brockman's work with the company and that the company is not alleged to have participated in any wrongdoing.
In 2013, a charitable trust set up by Brockman's late father withdrew a pledged $250 million donation to Centre College, a small liberal arts school in Danville, Kentucky, where Brockman attended class and once served as chairman of the board of trustees.
A spokesman for Reynolds and Reynolds said in 2013 that the event was a proposed refinancing deal involving Vista Equity Partners, Smith's company.
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2020.09.14 23:15 AnHonestApe COVID safe training partner in Dayton, Ohio?

Hey people. I have roughly 10X11 worth of mat (1.25" thick) and lots of room. I'm looking for a potential training partner during the COVID lockdown. I've trained roughly 2 years of BJJ on and off, though I'm still a white belt. I'm M early 30s, 5'11", 210 (naturally 180, I got some weight to lose, yeah) I have a gi, so we can train with gis, though I would also like to train nogi. I've been wanting to dedicate myself to learning for a while now, though because of location, life, and/or finance issues, I haven't been able to do it consistently. I'm a pretty dedicated person. I self train kick-boxing (which I also have a lot of equipment for for multiple people), work out, and do yoga on my own pretty often. I am looking for someone that preferably works from home and does not go anywhere they don't have to. I am a teacher and work from home, though my gf does work 1 day a week at a Panera. We also meet my mother about 1 a month outside, socially distance, and wear masks. She is at risk, so it is important to us to be as safe as possible. Otherwise, we stay at home. I am not looking for someone that wants to break body parts or doesn't know how to control their emotions. Your interest isn't a guarantee; obviously I'm going to want to talk with and reasonably vet whoever I invite to my home. Message me if interested.
If it's no trouble, can I ask for an upvote as well so that more people see it? Probably a long shot in a random BJJ subreddit, huh?
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2020.09.10 10:35 SimNews_ MSFS Includes Hundreds of Photorealistic Cities

MSFS Includes Hundreds of Photorealistic Cities

As we have learned, the entire Earth of the next-generation Microsoft Flight Simulator is based on Bing Maps satellite imagery, filled with Blackshark.ai’s auto-generated objects, such as houses, trees, and windmills. A few hundreds of cities, strictly speaking of 341, mostly in North America and Europe, have been presented more accurately by using photogrammetry.
In some cities, the data may be a few years old, which can be seen as old commercials in some of the billboards. More highly modeled cities will come in the future as World Update for sure, although there is no confirmation on this yet. Below is the list of highly modeled cities, organized by countries and states (United States).
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Australia

  • Canberra
  • Darwin City
  • Gold Coast
  • Hobart
  • Newcastle
  • Wollongong

Belgium

  • Brussels

Canada

  • Calgary
  • Edmonton
  • Hamilton
  • London
  • Montreal
  • Ottawa
  • Quebec City
  • Toronto
  • Vancouver
  • Victoria
  • Winnipeg

Denmark

  • Copenhagen

France

  • Aix-en-Provence
  • Bordeaux
  • Lille
  • Marseille
  • Montpellier
  • Rennes
  • Rouen
  • Strasbourg

Germany

  • Aachen
  • Augsburg
  • Berlin
  • Bremen
  • Brunswick
  • Dresden
  • Duisburg
  • Halle (Saale)
  • Hamburg
  • Karlsruhe
  • Kiel
  • Leipzig
  • Magdeburg
  • Mannheim
  • Mönchengladbach
  • Munich
  • Münster
  • Nuremberg
  • Oberhausen

Italy

  • Bologna
  • Catania
  • Florence
  • Milan
  • Naples
  • Palermo
  • Rome
  • Venice
  • Verona

Spain

  • Alicante
  • Barcelona
  • Córdoba
  • Madrid
  • Marbella
  • Murcia
  • Pamplona
  • Seville
  • Valencia
  • Vigo

Switzerland

  • Zürich

United Kingdom

  • Portsmouth
  • Southampton

Alabama

  • Anniston
  • Auburn
  • Birmingham
  • Decatur
  • Dothan
  • Huntsville
  • Mobile
  • Montgomery
  • Spanish Fort

Arizona

  • Anthem
  • Carefree
  • Catalina Foothills
  • Drexel Heights
  • Flagstaff
  • Lake Havasu City
  • Mesa
  • Oro Valley
  • Peoria
  • Phoenix
  • Prescott
  • San Tan Valley
  • Tempe
  • Tucson
  • Yuma

Arkansas

  • Little Rock

California

  • Agua Caliente
  • Anaheim
  • Antioch
  • Bakersfield
  • Castro Valley
  • Chico
  • Concord
  • Davis
  • Desert Hot Springs
  • Downey
  • Elk Grove
  • Fairfield
  • Foster City
  • Fremont
  • Fresno
  • Glendale
  • Hanford
  • Hollister
  • Hollywood
  • Inglewood
  • La Habra
  • Lodi
  • Long Beach
  • Los Angeles
  • Los Gatos
  • Madera
  • Manteca
  • Modesto
  • Moreno Valley
  • Oceanside
  • Oxnard
  • Palm Springs
  • Palmdale
  • Perris
  • Porterville
  • Redding
  • Reedley
  • Richmond
  • Sacramento
  • Salinas
  • San Bernardino
  • San Diego
  • San Francisco
  • San Jose
  • Santa Ana
  • Santa Barbara
  • Santa Clarita
  • Santa Cruz
  • Santa Monica
  • Selma
  • Simi Valley
  • Stockton
  • Temecula
  • Ukiah
  • Visalia
  • Yuba City
  • Yucaipa

Colorado

  • Boulder
  • Colorado Springs
  • Denver

Connecticut

  • Bridgeport
  • New Haven
  • Stamford

Delaware

  • Dover
  • Wilmington

Florida

  • Brandon
  • Clermont
  • Daytona Beach
  • Deltona
  • Flagler Beach
  • Fort Lauderdale
  • Fort Myers
  • Gainesville
  • Gulf Breeze
  • Immokalee
  • Jacksonville
  • Key West
  • Lake City
  • Lakeland
  • Leesburg
  • Marco Island
  • Miami
  • New Smyrna Beach
  • Ocala
  • Okeechobee
  • Orange Park
  • Orlando
  • Pace
  • Palatka
  • Palm Bay
  • Palm Beach
  • Palmetto Bay
  • Panama City
  • Pensacola
  • Poinciana
  • Port Charlotte
  • Port St. Lucie
  • Sarasota
  • Sebring
  • Spring Hill
  • St. Petersburg
  • Tallahassee
  • Tampa
  • Tarpon Springs
  • Titusville
  • Universal Studios Florida
  • Venice
  • Walt Disney World Resort
  • Winter Haven
  • Winter Park
  • Zephyrhills

Georgia

  • Atlanta
  • Brunswick
  • Columbus
  • Gainesville
  • Griffin
  • LaGrange
  • Macon
  • Marietta
  • Peachtree City
  • Riverdale
  • Roswell
  • Savannah
  • Sea Island
  • St. Marys
  • Statesboro
  • Valdosta

Illinois

  • Carbondale
  • Champaign
  • Chicago
  • Kankakee
  • Marion
  • Rock Island
  • Springfield

Indiana

  • Fort Wayne
  • Indianapolis
  • Kokomo
  • Michigan City
  • South Bend

Iowa

  • Des Moines

Kansas

  • Topeka
  • Wichita

Kentucky

  • Louisville

Louisiana

  • Baton Rouge
  • Monroe
  • New Orleans
  • Shreveport

Maine

  • Augusta
  • Portland

Maryland

  • Baltimore

Massachusetts

  • Boston
  • Brockton
  • Lowell
  • Springfield
  • Worcester

Michigan

  • Ann Arbor
  • Detroit

Minnesota

  • Farmington
  • Minneapolis

Mississippi

  • Gulfport
  • Jackson
  • Laurel

Missouri

  • Columbia
  • Jefferson City
  • Kansas City
  • Springfield
  • St. Louis

Nebraska

  • Lincoln
  • Omaha

Nevada

  • Carson City
  • Las Vegas
  • Reno

New Hampshire

  • Concord

New Jersey

  • Edison
  • Middletown
  • Newark
  • Toms River
  • Trenton
  • Willingboro

New Mexico

  • Albuquerque
  • Bernalillo
  • Las Cruces
  • Los Lunas
  • Santa Fe

New York

  • New York
  • Niagara Falls
  • Syracuse

North Carolina

  • Durham
  • Greensboro
  • Raleigh
  • Winston-Salem

North Dakota

  • Bismarck
  • Fargo

Ohio

  • Cincinnati
  • Cleveland
  • Columbus
  • Dayton
  • Toledo

Oklahoma

  • Oklahoma City
  • Tulsa

Oregon

  • Beaverton
  • Portland

Pennsylvania

  • Abington
  • Harrisburg
  • McCandless
  • Norristown
  • Philadelphia
  • Pittsburgh

Rhode Island

  • Providence

South Carolina

  • Charleston
  • Columbia
  • Goose Creek
  • Greenville
  • Summerville

South Dakota

  • Pierre

Tennessee

  • Memphis
  • Nashville

Texas

  • Amarillo
  • Austin
  • Brownsville
  • Corpus Christi
  • El Paso
  • Fort Worth
  • Galveston
  • Houston
  • Kingwood
  • Laredo
  • Longview
  • Lubbock
  • McAllen
  • Midland
  • San Antonio
  • The Woodlands

Utah

  • Salt Lake City

Virginia

  • Norfolk
  • Richmond

Washington

  • Everett
  • Seattle
  • Tacoma

Wisconsin

  • Appleton
  • Fond du Lac
  • Green Bay
  • Janesville
  • Madison
  • Milwaukee
  • Oshkosh
  • Sheboygan

Wyoming

  • Cheyenne
Microsoft Flight Simulator is available as a digital purchase from Microsoft Store and Steam as well as a DVD box from Aerosoft. Prices are for Standard 69.99 EUR, Deluxe 89.99 EUR, and Premium Deluxe 119.99 EUR. Standard Edition is also included in Xbox Game Pass for PC monthly subscription.
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2020.09.01 22:57 zedd_gaskin1 Three Offseason Moves for Each Team

Undertaking a fairly large project here. The aim is to give each team a plausible trade, signing, and draft pick over the 2020 NBA offseason in order to boost each team's prospects in the upcoming 2020-2021 season. While I can't promise they all will be, I'll try and keep the trades as player-specific, rather than something like "Knicks trading up to draft Ball" or something like that.
I will also try (no promises) to do the trade in conjunction with one another. So it would ideally be proposed as 3-moves to make together, not 3 separate moves to make. Again, no promises, and I'll clarify if I'm suggest one as an alternative, but that will be the aim if I can find a pattern I like.
Also, some players listed in free agency signings do have player options, so we'll treat them all as possibilities to a certain degree. And also, just because your team's player is listed as a trade move for one team doesn't mean they are moving them, just that there either have been rumors they'd be available, or simply that the listed team would be interested in acquiring them.

Atlanta Hawks

Draft Pick: G/F Isaac Okoro, Auburn
With plenty of promising scorers, the Hawks should target Okoro to add to their defensive capacity on the wing. Okoro is a very selfless player, and would fit well into a lineup with Trae Young, John Collins and Clint Capela, amongst other promising young players. While ultimately, the Hawks may actually be best suited packaging this pick in a trade, if they stick at #6 overall, Okoro sure would be a good addition for Atlanta.
Signing: F JaMychal Green, Los Angeles Clippers
The Hawks have a few players who can fill minutes behind John Collins at the 4, such as De'Andre Hunter. But adding a clear backup for Collins would round the depth a bit cleaner. Insert JaMychal Green, a quality shooter (39% last season), who still be able to keep the post clear for Clint Capela, will giving Atlanta an excellent depth addition should he decline his player option in LAC and seek out a new opportunity.
Trade: G Victor Oladipo, Indiana Pacers
Oladipo would be interesting backcourt partner with Trae Young. In addition to being a high-caliber defender, Oladipo also has the ability to handle the ball when Young isn't on the court. While Indiana risks losing Oladipo down the road for nothing, shipping him off to the rising Hawks, who will be angling for a playoff run next season. Oladipo could be a big piece of that run, and perhaps even help them contend for more if returns to his All-Star form.

Boston Celtics

Draft Pick: F Patrick Williams, Florida State
The Celtics have one of the deepest rosters in the NBA, and selecting back at #13 overall means they'll really just be able to target the best player available. If Patrick Williams is available at 13 however, he should definitely be considered, as his versatility would help continue loading up the Celtics bench. And with Williams being a bit raw offensively, the Celtics can afford to take a chance on his upside and develop him under Brad Stevens further.
Signing: F Joe Harris, Brooklyn Nets
A 6'6 sharpshooter, Harris would be a fun add to the Celtics rotation. It may take some small moves to create the space for him, but adding the career 3-point marksman would fit in well with the versatile athletes around him like Jaylen Brown and Jayson Tatum, and help the second unit stretch the floor when he comes off the bench.
Trade: C Myles Turner, Indiana Pacers
Turner seems like he has been connected to the Celtics for a little while now, and it makes plenty of sense. The Pacers will likely be looking for players who fit better around Domantas Sabonis, and that could give an opportunity for the Celtics to move for Turner. Turner would fit well in the Celtics lineup at the center position, where right now the Celtics have some quality role players, but no star. By adding Turner, the Celtics would have one of the best all-around starting 5's in the entire league (Kemba-Smart-Brown-Tatum-Turner).

Brooklyn Nets

Draft Pick: G Josh Green, Arizona
Finding players who can work alongside Kyrie Irving and Kevin Durant will be key, and Green's defense and off-ball ability make him well suited to this role. Picking #19 overall will make it difficult to add an instant impact rotation, but Green would have a good chance to find minutes with his skill set.
Signing: C Aron Baynes, Phoenix Suns
Should the Nets see themselves dishing out C Jarrett Allen in a blockbuster trade for a third star (see below), then a backup center becomes a big priority for the Nets. The solution here is Baynes, a hard-working center who had a career season shooting the ball. He'd fit nicely behind DeAndre Jordan.
Trade: G Bradley Beal, Washington Wizards
If Beal is available, the Nets should be keen to add him to the mix. Able to offer the most enticing players to any blockbuster package (Spencer Dinwiddie, Caris LeVert, Jarrett Allen), the Nets could find their third star to pair with Kyrie Irving and Kevin Durant when the two return next season. Adding Beal to the mix would immediately vault the Nets all the way to Finals contenders, if the return of Durant and Irving themselves don't already accomplish that.

Chicago Bulls

Draft Pick: PG LaMelo Ball, Australia
If he's on the board at the #4 overall pick, the Bulls should be keen on bringing LaMelo in to the Windy City. Perhaps the Draft's best playmaker, he could fit well with scoring guards like Coby White and Zach LaVine, while operating a dangerous pick and pop with big guys like Markkanen. With the size and athleticism to match up well defensively, LaMelo's playmaking ability would help turn the Bulls into a legitimate playoff threat in 2020-2021. If LaMelo is off the board, the Bulls could go in several direction, perhaps even trading the pick if they find a suitable offer.
Signing: C Meyers Leonard, Portland Trail Blazers
The Bulls could use some depth in the frontcourt, and Leonard's range and 3-point ability make him a great player to add into a rotation that ranked in the bottom third of the league in their percentage from deep, and could potentially lose F Otto Porter if he opts out, one of their better marksmen. The question will likely be centered on how much money Leonard is aiming for, but if the numbers work, Leonard should be a serious target for Chicago.
Trade: C Joel Embiid, Philadelphia 76ers
Embiid may or may not be available, there have been reports going both ways. But if the former Jayhawk is on the block after the 76ers quick exit from the playoffs, then Chicago should be very interested in acquiring him, even if means shipping out Wendell Carter and some other assets. With Markkanen capable of spacing the floor (34.5% shooter from deep), an Embiid addition would give Chicago two versatile bigs, given Embiid's proficiency from deep as well (34.8%). But most importantly, he'd be a scoring machine that would be the focal point of a fun, versatile Bulls roster that could push into playoff contention quickly with him leading the way.

Cleveland Cavaliers

Draft Pick: F Obi Toppin, Dayton
With it almost assured that neither LaMelo Ball nor Anthony Edwards reaches Cleveland at #5, their hope should be in Toppin making his way past the Hornets and Bulls. A dynamic forward who excels in multiple facets of the game, he'd represent the best player available at this point in the draft, and an ideal addition for a talent-needy Cavaliers team. Whether replacing Kevin Love, or playing alongside him in looks, Toppin should stay in Ohio if at all possible.
Signing: F Derrick Jones Jr., Miami Heat
The Heat need cap space for upcoming extensions, so it's likely that Jones Jr, a versatile role player, will hit free agency. Cleveland is already reportedly interested, and it makes sense why. Providing quality defense on the wing, he's 23 years old, which fits Cleveland's rebuilding timeline, and should have time to round out and improve his offensive game (8.5 ppg, 28% from 3). The name of the game for the Cavs is to acquire talent, and Jones Jr. provides them with an intriguing piece with room to grow.
Trade: Moving Kevin Love for Assets
After landing a dynamic replacement for him, the Cavaliers are a team that doesn't necessarily have a specific player to target, but rather figure out what they could get for someone like Love, who shot 37% from deep last year. His salary could be problematic here, but even adding second round selections has proven useful for Cleveland (Kevin Porter Jr.).

Dallas Mavericks

Draft Pick: G Tyrese Maxey, Kentucky
Maxey may not be a lethal shooter by any means, but his defense should make him a desired player for a Mavericks team that could use a defensive stopper to pair with Luka Doncic down the role. Maxey brings athleticism, ability to finish at the rim, and a decent mid-range game to the table, which should be enough, along with his defense, to make a desirable player for Mark Cuban's Mavericks.
Signing: SF Bogdan Bogdanovic, Sacramento Kings
Limited to what they can make happen with the Mid Level Exception or in a sign-and-trade, the Mavericks should get creative and add Bogdan Bogdanovic to the roster. The 27-year old wing would fit right at home with Luka Doncic and Kristaps Porzingis, a high caliber shooter, especially on catch and shoot situations. If Sacramento doesn't believe they can fit Bogdanovic in with upcoming deals for Fox and Bagley, along with Hield potentially, landing some assets in a sign-and-trade would make sense. If no sign-and-trade, perhaps a 3&D wing like James Ennis (Orlando) could be an easier fit financially.
Trade: PF Aaron Gordon, Orlando Magic
Whether Kristaps Porzingis fills more time at the four or the five, finding a way to pair him and Gordon together in a frontcourt would be fun to watch. Gordon's resurgence for the Magic this past season was a large reason they managed to make it into the playoffs. His defensive versatility and 3-point ability would make him an ideal third star to pair with Luka and Kristaps.

Denver Nuggets

Draft Pick: F Jaden McDaniels, Washington
The Nuggets were patient in bringing along Michael Porter Jr., who has stepped up big time during the Bubble. And with several Nuggets wings likely to depart in free agency (Millsap, Torrey Craig), adding a high potential piece like McDaniels to develop and even rotate in behind Grant and Porter Jr. would give Denver the opportunity to take a chance on someone like McDaniels.
Signing: C Thon Maker, Detroit Pistons
If Plumlee is in fact priced out of a return to Denver, finding a suitable replacement at center will be important. While Bol Bol could claim that spot, it's not a certainty, and thus, adding a three-level scorer at the 5 would be a wise insurance policy for the Nuggets.
Trade: G Jrue Holiday, New Orleans Pelicans
A high caliber veteran on a rebuilding roster, Holiday could be a great partner to pair with Jamal Murray in the backcourt. Less costly than someone like Bradley Beal, Holiday would be a much more realistic third star to bring in. A lineup with Holiday-Murray-Porter Jr.-Nokic and whoever else you want in that fifth spot seems deadly. With Gary Harris and plenty of other assets available, the Nuggets could offer an intriguing package for Holiday.

Detroit Pistons

Draft Pick: G/F Devin Vassell, Florida State
This may break from the mock drafts a bit, which usually have the Pistons adding a point guard. However, Vassell could be an interesting piece for Detroit to select, especially considering that the top point guard in the draft (LaMelo Ball) will not likely be available for Detroit at #7 overall. Instead, Detroit adds a long 3&D piece that could fit nicely in between Luke Kennard and Sekou Doumbouya long-term. And as for a point guard. . .
Signing: PG Fred VanVleet, Toronto Raptors
Reuniting Dwane Casey and VanVleet seems like an ideal pairing, especially the major need Detroit has at point guard. With Blake Griffin still a high caliber player when healthy, adding a win-now veteran like VanVleet could perhaps boost Detroit all the way to the playoffs next season if Griffin is playing. And at 26-years old, he's both an instant impact veteran as well as a possible long-term solution at the position.
Trade: C Mo Bamba, Orlando Magic
The Pistons may have found themself something with C Christian Wood, who emerged as a quality option for them in the wake of the Drummond trade. However, Wood's emergence was a very small sample size, raising some questions over how much stock Detroit would put into it. Acquiring Bamba would give them another starting caliber option, who has proven himself as a decent player off the bench behind Vucevic if Wood does manage to build on his promising play.

Golden State Warriors:

Draft Pick: C James Wiseman, Memphis (kinda)
Should the Warriors not move this pick, Wiseman makes more sense than LaMelo Ball in terms of fit and need. Though both have questions of maturity and consistency, Wiseman's size and length would offer the Warriors a weapon they haven't really had alongside Steph Curry and Klay Thompson. If Wiseman can fit in the frontcourt with forward Draymond Green, and Golden State makes the pick, it should be Wiseman.
Signing: PG D.J. Augustin, Orland Magic
At 32-years old, Augustin likely won't command more than any of the exceptions that Golden State would be able to muster up. However, he still can make an impact, running the Warriors second unit when Curry and Thompson (both returning from injury) need a breather. A quality shooter as well (35%), Augustin to the Warriors makes plenty of sense as they attempt to return to their place at the top of the Western Conference.
Trade: PF John Collins, Atlanta Hawks
While the Warriors seem to be another team interested in acquiring All-Star G Bradley Beal, perhaps a move for John Collins would be more feasible. The beauty for Golden State is that they would likely be able to orchestrate this trade more along the lines of a pick swap than an outright deal using their #2 selection. If the Hawks are interested in pairing Trae Young and perhaps LaMelo Ball or Anthony Edwards, this could the way to get there. Collins' 3-point shooting and athleticism would make him a quality fit in Golden State.

Houston Rockets

Draft Pick: - - - No Selection in Upcoming Draft - - -
The Rockets could always try buying a second round pick to add someone like C Nick Richards (Kentucky) or F Paul Eboua (Italy), but for now, they do not possess a pick.
Signing: C DeMarcus Cousins, Los Angeles Lakers
The Rockets have found success operating without a center, but should look to find a big man or two who fits alongside Russell Westbrook and James Harden. Cousins' season was derailed by injuries, but his ability to stretch the floor as well as battle big men like Davis or Jokic in the West make him an appealing option for the Rockets.
Trade: F/C Kevin Love, Cleveland Cavaliers
Likely dependent on whether or not they made the signing above, the Rockets could also choose to trade for a big man to help stretch the floor. A decorated veteran, Love has plenty of experience playing with ball-handling stars, and so long as he continues to shoot a good clip from deep and rebound the ball, he'd be an invaluable piece for Houston as they attempt to win a title.

Indiana Pacers

Draft Pick: F Killian Tillie, Gonzaga
The Pacers do not posses a first round pick this year, so finding a useful rotational piece at #44 overall will be the challenge here. For the Pacers, finding a clean backup for Sabonis would be a welcome add. Tillie is a floor-stretcher at the four, hitting over 40% from deep every season at Gonzaga. Mixing him into the second unit with Doug McDermott on the wing and Gaga Bitadze at center should give the Pacers the depth they need to make a run.
Signing: G/F Kent Bazemore, Sacramento Kings
Should the Pacers decide to move Victor Oladipo before he departs in 2021 free agency, then adding a wing like Bazemore should help fill in the depth after Jeremy Lamb steps into Oladipo's spot. Bazemore saw his 3-point percentage climb after moving to Sacramento (38%), and if he's able to continue hitting at a quality rate like that, he'd be a valuable two-way wing that would be helpful for a hopeful contender like the Pacers.
Trade: G Bradley Beal, Washington Wizards
The Pacers have several very intriguing pieces that they could potentially move, notably G Victor Oladipo and C Myles Turner. Should they move Oladipo, perhaps using him as the centerpiece to a Bradley Beal piece would give Indiana a shot at the player who would most likely elevate their team beyond first-round playoff exits. Swapping Oladipo for Beal should be discussed if the Wizards find themselves willing to move Beal.

Los Angeles Clippers

Draft Pick: F/C Kaleb Wesson, Ohio State
If JaMychal Green departs, finding another power forward would make sense for the Clippers to look for. Picking so late in the draft, #57 overall, limits their options in terms of finding an immediate contributor. Rather, targeting someone more developed like Wesson would be their best bet of finding a contributor, though they could easily opt for someone with more raw potential. Either way, Wesson's 3-point ability makes him an interesting option to develop into a rotational piece.
Signing: F/C Marvin Williams, Milwaukee Bucks
While the most likely signings for the Clippers will revolve around internal free agents, notably Marcus Morris and Montrezl Harrell, they still will have a bit of room for a smaller addition like Williams. If Harrell does depart, the Clippers could use another big to add to the rotation, and Marvin Williams would be a quality small ball center option for any teams looking to contend for a title, like the Clippers.
Trade: G J.J. Redick, New Orleans Pelicans
The Clippers have a very deep roster already, but Redick is exactly what you'd want to bring in to bolster your chances of winning it all. An elite, established marksmen, his shooting off the bench would be a big plus, and the defensive-minded Clippers already can compensate for him on that end of the floor. If they can make the money work, reuniting Redick and LAC would make sense as they chase a title.

Los Angeles Lakers

Draft Pick: G/F Desmond Bane, TCU
Picking at #28 overall, the Lakers would be wise to target Bane here, as his crazy 3-point rate (43%) would make him an energizing option off of the bench. The Lakers have a handful of wings as well on expiring deals, and should they lose someone like Kentavious Caldwell-Pope, bringing in Bane to boost their mediocre 3-point numbers could help LeBron win another title.
Signing: C Bismack Biyombo, Charlotte Hornets
The Lakers have had DeMarcus Cousins, JaVale McGee, and Dwight Howard all on the roster in 2019-2020. McGee has an option for 2021, so the Lakers could see some turnover at the center position if any of the aforementioned don't want to run it back with LeBron and AD. If they need a new center, Biyombo's defensive chops would make him a good fit as a backup or rotational center to help the Lakers win a title.
Trade: PG Derrick Rose, Detroit Pistons
Ensuring that the Lakers can generate offense with their stars getting a breather is crucial for any contender. Derrick Rose may no longer be the star he was, but he's still a valuable piece off the bench, and would fit quite well leading the Lakers second unit, should Rajon Rondo decline his player option.

Miami Heat

Draft Pick: C Jalen Smith, Maryland
The Heat have found tons of success with Bam Adebayo at the five, but for a team as deep as Miami, bringing in a high potential big man like Jalen Smith could give them a fun piece to develop. A quality three point shooter already, ironing out his defensive inconsistencies would give the Heat a quality contributor with the #20 overall pick.
Signing: F Dario Saric, Phoenix Suns
With Adebayo more of a playmaking Energizer Bunny, bringing in another big who can play alongside Adebayo, or relieve him, would be wise. The Heat will likely focus on bringing back players from their current roster, which would likely take them out of the running for Danilo Gallinari, for example. Instead, Saric could provide the same style of play at a more affordable cost. And that's important because....
Trade: Nothing Big...for now
Miami has a claim to one of the deepest rosters in the league. Their system works and they have the financial flexibility and assets to go big game hunting. With a poor free agency market this year though, the Heat should hold tight for another season and take a shot at a superstar like Giannis Antetokounmpo, and then pair him (or whoever) with one of the stacked free agents on the docket (Kawhi, LeBron, Beal, Gobert, Paul, etc). Adding DeMar DeRozan right now may be tempting, but don't do it, hold tight...for now.

Milwaukee Bucks

Draft Pick: PG Devon Dotson, Kansas
With multiple guards on expiring contracts, the Bucks should aim for a guard capable of providing them minutes in the Draft. An absolute blur, Dotson is one of the most physically impressive prospects in the Draft, though he'll need to work on deep range shooting before pairing up with Giannis. For now, he'd be a fun piece to add off the bench, able to push the ball in transition opportunities.
Signing: F Joe Harris, Brooklyn Nets
With a physical freak like Giannis leading the charge, surrounding him with shooters is the best course of action, and Harris shoots incredibly well. The Bucks may need to get create to afford Harris, but if they can make the money work, they likely won't find anyone as impactful as Harris in their pursuit of an NBA title.
Trade: F Nemanja Bjelica, Sacramento Kings
Bjelica had a quality season for the Kings, and while they'd likely want to hang onto him, the Bucks should consider making a call and working something. A 6'10 big with fantastic floor stretching ability (42% from 3), he'd represent a significant upgrade from the older Ersan Ilyasova. All about adding shooters, and even relative upgrades should be considered if the Bucks can afford it.

Minnesota Timberwolves

Draft Pick: SG Anthony Edwards, Georgia
This is a fairly easy one, as the Timberwolves hold the top pick and will have their choice of player here. The most likely, and most logical, is Edwards, who would pair with D'Angelo Russell in a high upside backcourt in Minnesota. While not an elite shooter, Edwards finds plenty of ways to score, and should continue to do so in the NBA, as Russell and Karl Anthony Towns take up the most attention from opponents.
Signing: F/C Montrezl Harrell, Los Angeles Clippers
The Timberwolves could give themselves a defensive boost by bringing in Harrell, the reigning Sixth Man of the Year. Whether playing the four or five, Harrell would give the Timberwolves a high intensity option that can play alongside Karl-Anthony Towns or relieving him when he's off the floor.
Trade: G/F Josh Richardson, Philadelphia 76ers
If the 76ers do enter a fire-sale, the Timberwolves should put in a call for two-way wing Josh Richardson. Still only 26-years old, Richardson has plenty of upside for a relatively young team like the Timberwolves. Adding him to the mix would give them another capable weapon around their stars.

New Orleans Pelicans

Draft Pick: F Aaron Nesmith, Vanderbilt
A 3-point marksman to fill in on the wings would be the exactly the type of player to put around a playmaker like Zion Williamson. Nesmith's large wingspan (6'10) would be an asset as he develops into a top two-way wing, and doing so in New Orleans would be an excellent move for the Pelicans to pursue with the #13 overall selection.
Signing: PG Austin Rivers, Houston Rockets
If the Pelicans look to accumulate assets by moving Lonzo Ball or Jrue Holiday, than bringing a quality shooting point guard makes a lot of sense. Rivers shot 36% on 4 attempts per game in Houston, and showed the ability to play with more ball-dominant players in Russell Westbrook and James Harden, which would suit him well in a lineup featuring Zion Williamson. And at 28 years old, Rivers still has plenty of good years left in him as the Pelicans work towards contending status.
Trade: Whatever Assets They Can Get From Redick or Holiday
The Pelicans don't bring a specific target to mind, but rather as a team who should aim to accumulate assets. Gathering picks or promising young players would position them well to make a move for a bigger superstar down the road, one who, paired with Zion Williamson, would propel them into championship contention. And with both Redick and Jrue Holiday in town, the Pelicans have some intriguing pieces to dangle for teams looking to win now.

New York Knicks

Draft Pick: PG Tyrese Haliburton, Iowa State
Unless the Knicks trade up to acquire PG LaMelo Ball (which they are reportedly looking at), the Knicks should feel comfortable picking the best guard on the board at #8 overall, as there are several quality options. Haliburton, however, is the ideal target here, as he's a high IQ player with a good 3-point shot and excellent defense, he would fit Thibodeau's style pretty well, and presents less of a risk than Cole Anthony or Killian Hayes for example.
Signing: F Danilo Gallinari, Oklahoma City Thunder
With Mitchell Robinson not a shooting threat in the slightest, the Knicks should target someone who can stretch the floor from the four position. The best name available there is OKC's Danilo Gallinari, who nearly went to the Heat, but now is a free agent. Whoever the Knicks end up with at point guard will be well-aided by the floor stretching capacity of Gallinari, a 40% shooter the past two seasons.
Trade: PG Chris Paul, Oklahoma City Thunder
Another name out of OKC, the Knicks should feel no issues drafting a point guard and trading for Chris Paul. First and foremost, the Knicks need to rebuild a winning culture, and bringing in Paul and Tom Thibodeau are good first steps towards that end. Likewise, even if the Knicks do select a point guard in the draft, Paul has shown himself quite adept at sharing the floor with other ball-handlers, like he did in Houston with James Harden, and as he did this past year in OKC with Shai-Gilgeous Alexander and Dennis Schroeder. A great leader, player and mentor, Paul would help the Knicks build the right environment to end their playoff drought.

Oklahoma City Thunder

Draft Pick: C Isaiah Stewart, Washington
If the Thunder move Chris Paul and Danilo Gallinari walks, they could be in for a rebuild. Stewart may be raw and underdeveloped offensively, but at 19-years old, he has time to develop his offensive game. Meanwhile, his wingspan, strength and motor give him major upside as a defensive stopper in the post. With Nerlens Noel potentially departing OKC, there could even be minutes for Stewart to step into as a rookie and get his feet wet.
Signing: F Otto Porter, Chicago Bulls
The Thunder could possibly be losing their best shooter (Gallinari) and their best defender (Roberson). Finding someone who can provide a little bit of both could work for them, with Porter shooting 38% last year in Chicago. An easy fit in between OKC's high powered guard duo and center Steven Adams, Porter could serve as either a reinforcement for another playoff run, or a piece with some long-term upside.
Trade: F Nemanja Bjelica, Sacramento Kings
If the Thunder aren't able to retain Danilo Gallinari, perhaps bringing in Bjelica could give them a similar styled replacement. As mentioned already, Bjelica is a floor stretching forward (42% clip) that would put another dangerous shooter around Chris Paul and Shai Gilgeous Alexander.

Orlando Magic

Draft Pick: G Theo Maledon, France
The Magic need someone to boost their struggling offense, and Maledon's craftiness as a ball-handler and off-ball shooting ability (37% from deep) should peak the Magic's interest. While Markelle Fultz has rebuilt himself into a potential long-term point guard, Maledon should seamlessly fit in next to him, and even provide minutes backing him up when Fultz heads to the bench.
Signing: G Wesley Matthews, Milwaukee Bucks
If Evan Fournier opts in, the Magic won't have the money to add bigger names, but Matthews would fit in well after finding a role as a rotational two-way guard. And even if the Magic do see Fournier depart elsewhere, Matthews' veteran experience could help their young core figure things out.
Trade: G/F Caris LeVert, Brooklyn Nets
If the Nets have interest in bringing in Aaron Gordon to add to the Irving-Durant duo, the Magic should be intent on getting Caris LeVert shipped to them as part of the deal. Only 26 years old, Levert averaged 19 points per game while fueling a KD-less Nets team to the playoffs. A young core of Fultz, Levert, Isaac, and Bamba is a group that you can build around.

Philadelphia 76ers

Draft Pick: G Cassius Stanley, Duke
The 76ers could use guards and shooting, and with limited financial flexibility, may need to find it in the NBA Draft. Thus, Stanley to Philly, where his elite athleticism and quality range (36%), would be a welcome addition to the 76ers. If he's still on the board at #21 overall, Stanley would make plenty of sense for the 76ers.
Signing: PG Goran Dragic, Miami Heat
The 76ers management has said they intend to keep Simmons and Embiid together, but if they don't keep that intention, bringing in Dragic to run the offense could be the move to make. Still productive for the Heat at 33-years old, Dragic would likely pair with Embiid better than Simmons did, as indicated by his shooting ability (37%).
Trade: PG Chris Paul, Oklahoma City Thunder
Breaking the mold here, should the 76ers decide to move Simmons, but not bring in Dragic, perhaps a bigger move would solve the question better. While the Knicks are the one most often linked to a move for Paul, the 76ers may want to consider adding the veteran PG to the mix, especially if they decide to breakup the Simmons-Embiid duo, and ship Ben Simmons out. Paul's veteran experience and versatile game should make him a much better sidekick for Embiid than Simmons managed to be.

Phoenix Suns

Draft Pick: PG Kira Lewis Jr., Alabama
The Suns needs someone in the backcourt, preferably someone who can work with Devin Booker, and run the offense when he's off the floor. That someone could be Lewis Jr., who averaged 19 points per game at Alabama and was able to knock down over 36% of his threes over two seasons. Finding a quality playmaker to carry the load could give them the breakthrough they need.
Sigining: F Moe Harkless, Los Angeles Clippers
Current starting wing Mikal Bridges was a solid compliment to Booker and Ayton this past season, but adding some more depth, especially a defensive geared piece, would give the Suns some switchy wings who can help them slow opponents down in the playoffs next year. Harkless will be a fairly cheap way of doing so.
Trade: F Lauri Markkanen, Chicago Bulls
Putting Markkanen in an offense led by Devin Booker and DeAndre Ayton could give him the space he needs to regain some of the production he had earlier in Chicago. Able to shoot off the pick-and-pop, Markkanen won't need to crowd in on Ayton to be an effective piece to the Suns offense.

Portland Trail Blazers

Draft Pick: F Saddiq Bey, Villanova
With two picks in the first round (16 and 29), the Blazers will have the flexibility to fill multiple needs with the most talented players on the board. For that first selection, Bey would be a quality addition, giving the Blazers wing defense and reliable shooting. A second team unit featuring Trent, Little and Bey would be very versatile. Then, with that second first rounder, targeting a big man like Jalen Smith would be a quality Draft for the Blazers.
Signing: C Mason Plumlee, Denver Nuggets
With Hassan Whiteside hitting free agency, it's likely the Blazers could find themselves in need of a backup center if Whiteside is unwilling to accept a role as a backup. Thus, Mason Plumlee could be an option, as a veteran big with a quality motor who has been a serviceable option for Denver. Plumlee may not fill up the stat sheet, but in Game 6 of the Playoffs, made a direct impact for Denver with a handful of offensive rebounds and high energy. That kind of team player who work well for the Blazers rotation.
Trade: PG Patty Mills, San Antonio Spurs.
The Blazers have a quality starting lineup with Lillard-McCollum-Ariza-Collins/Melo-Nurkic. What they still could use is a backup point guard to help generate some points when Lillard takes a breather. Perhaps swinging a deal to bring in Patty Mills to an actual contender would be a good match. Mills currently backups Dejounte Murray in San Antonio, but his quality production and veteran leadership could be a boost for the Blazers.

Sacramento Kings

Draft Pick: G/F Devin Vassell, Florida State
With De'Aaron Fox running the point, the Kings need to surround him with shooters like Vassell. A 6'10 wingspan and 42% clip from deep, Vassell would be an ideal fit on the wing, and could help the Kings make the push into the playoffs by bolstering their offense and defense.
Signing: F Jerami Grant, Denver Nuggets
If Grant opts out of his deal in Denver, he'd give the Kings a two-way option at the 3 or 4, an excellent depth addition to add in rotation with Jabari Parker, Bjelica, and Harrison Barnes. And of course, important to note when playing with De'Aaron Fox, Grant has a quality shot from deep, hitting 39% for the Nuggets this season.
Trade: F Kyle Kuzma, Los Angeles Lakers
If the Kings are moving G Buddy Hield, then perhaps he could interest the Lakers, who would likely want to acquire a more high profile guard to compliment LeBron and Davis. Thus, a move for Kuzma could be in play, as he'd give the Kings a versatile wing to pair with Harrison Barnes. Kuzma would also compromise a promising young trio along with De'Aaron Fox and Marvin Bagley III.

San Antonio Spurs

Draft Pick: F Deni Avdija, Israel
If there's any team that should be angling to move up should Avdija slide, the Spurs would likely be one of them. An excellent distributing big wing, capable of giving the Spurs minutes at the 4, Avdija seems like a tailor made fit for a Gregg Popovich offensive system. Between his schematic fit and his upside, he'd be the ideal player for the Spurs to come away with on Draft day.
Signing: F/C Bobby Portis, New York Knicks
Portis has plenty of upside if he can get straightened out, and if anyone is going to get the most out of Portis and teach him to play in a system, it's Gregg Popovich. If he succeeds, the Spurs find themselves with an offensive forward who can score in multiple ways, or even another trade piece if they want to sell high. Either way, taking a gamble on Portis could pay off for a program needing a new direction.
Trade: As Many Picks as They Can Get
The Spurs run is over for now. They did well to bring in some fun pieces in the Kawhi trade, but the Spurs need to enter a rebuild or risk an extended play in no man's land. Selling on DeMar DeRozan, LaMarcus Aldridge, Rudy Gay, Patrick Mills, and Marco Belinelli should be the aim. Get picks, get promising young players, and set yourself up to rebuild quickly. If one of these guys can even help you move up and select Avdija, do it.

Toronto Raptors

Draft Pick: F Robert Woodard II, Mississippi State
An athletic forward with a good build, Woodard could be a steal if Toronto is able to land him at #29 overall. After taking a major leap in between his freshman year and sophomore year, Woodard developed an outside shot (43%). For a team that may not be able to retain Serge Ibaka, finding another big to provide some range on the outside would give them a quality replacement.
Signing: PG Austin Rivers, Houston Rockets
Should Toronto be unable to retain Fred VanVleet, finding a guard capable of picking up minutes at point guard and shooting guard would serve them well. Rivers may not the same caliber of VanVleet, but can provide the versatility needed, along with a quality enough shot from deep (36% in 2019-2020).
Trade: SG Luke Kennard, Detroit Pistons
Thinking outside the box here, if the Raptors aren't comfortable paying VanVleet the rate it'd take to retain him, perhaps a sign-and-trade for a team like Detroit could send them back something useful, rather than letting VanVleet walk entirely. A sharp shooting guard (40% over his career, Kennard could fit well in Toronto, either as a long-term solution, or a piece to flip as part of a package at the deadline for a bigger star post-Kawhi.

Utah Jazz

Draft Pick: C Aleksej Pokusevski, Serbia
A unicorn big-man, Pokusevski is a mobile center with fantastic height (7'0) and the ability to knock down shots beyond the arc (32% shooter). While he'll need to get bigger (only 205 lbs and lanky), he's still very young and should be able to develop into a starting caliber player down the road. And selecting at #23 overall, that's really what you're looking for.
Signing: G Langston Galloway, Detroit Pistons
While the main signing priorities for Utah will be re-signing Jordan Clarkson and extending Donovan Mitchell, the Jazz could also look to add another guard into the rotation, and Galloway's versatility and shooting make him an easy player to fit into any rotation.
Trade: PG Dennis Smith Jr., New York Knicks
The Jazz would have some quality offers if they did move C Rudy Gobert. But assuming they keep Gobert, the Jazz target someone to give their second unit a boost, especially as an aging Mike Conley drops off from the All-Star player he was. Smith looked much better earlier in his career, averaging around 15 points per game through his first three seasons. If he can recapture that, he could even play his way into the direct replacement for Conley.

Washington Wizards

Draft Pick: F Isaac Okoro, Auburn
This one makes more sense than a lot of these other picks, in my opinion. The Wizards are horrendous on the defensive end, and Okoro is the best wing defender in this year's Draft. Being able to lock up opposing team's top scorer will allow Beal and Wall to go to work on the offensive end, lightening their load a good deal.
Signing: F Moe Harkless, Los Angeles Clippers
Bringing in one defensive minded rookie won't solve the defensive woes of the Wizards. With not a ton of cap flexibility, the Wizards should aim for someone relatively cheap, who can fill a clear role, and help develop young players like Rui Hachimura. That someone would likely be Moe Harkless.
Trade: The Biggest Haul They Can Get for Beal
I know the Wizards have said they want to see what Beal and Wall can do next season, rather than moving Beal now. But I personally think that's a mistake, and that cashing in on Beal, and getting a jump start on the rebuild is the way to go. The Wall-Beal duo didn't accomplish anything before Wall tore his Achilles, and the longer they wait, the more likely they get screwed over. If they can land two of Caris LeVert, Spencer Dinwiddie, or Jarrett Allen from the Nets, I think that would be the best package, but the aim is less so a specific target than just hoard what they can get.


Anyways, this took a little while to put together, so I hope you don't totally hate it. Let me know if you agree, disagree, think someone would fit better!
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2020.07.27 20:48 reporteramber Backstory: Cheryl Coker's body ID'd in April but police aren't rushing to arrest their main suspect. Here's why that's a good thing.

My weekly column for The Cincinnati Enquirer highlights an unsolved murder. Link is here: https://www.cincinnati.com/story/accused/2020/07/23/backstory-ohio-mom-cheryl-cokers-body-found-but-no-charges-filed/5476284002/
If you're inclined to read, please read via the link so my bosses know people want me to keep covering these cases. :) Otherwise, they might just shrug and assume no one cares about cold cases, which we all know isn't true.
For those who can't reach the link for one reason or another, the text is here:
By Amber Hunt
Backstory: Cheryl Coker's body ID'd in April; police aren't rushing to make an arrest
For the families of victims killed in unsolved murders, life has been at a standstill for a long time, even before the pandemic arrived.
Over the next several weeks, The Enquirer will highlight a series of cold cases, summarized and analyzed by the journalists whose careers largely focus on unsolved murders: the creators of Cincinnati.com's Accused podcast. If you have any information on any unsolved case, please reach out to the appropriate law enforcement agency. Suggestions for cases to highlight can be sent to [email protected].
The crime: Cheryl Coker dropped her daughter off at school in 2018. The next time anyone saw her, all that remained were her bones.
Coker, 46, disappeared Oct. 2, 2018, from Riverside, Ohio. Her case quickly made headlines for two reasons: First, there are few scenarios that frighten people more than the notion that they could simply vanish one day, all traces of what happened to them wiped clean. Second, Coker’s case came readymade with a suspect: her estranged husband.
Coker’s vehicle, phone and purse were discovered the day after she went missing, prompting police to fear the worst and to publicly name William “Bill” Coker as a suspect in the case. But leveling charges in cases without a body can be tough, and month after month dragged by with no sign of Cheryl Coker.
Until April 25. That’s when a mushroom hunter came upon a skeleton. Two days later, the Montgomery County Coroner’s Office positively identified the remains as Coker’s based on dental and surgical records.
The investigation: While Coker disappeared from Montgomery County, her remains were found along Waynesville Jamestown Road in Greene County. Citing jurisdictional issues, the Riverside Police Department requested in June that the Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation take over as the lead investigating agency. That was a smart move because Riverside police in February 2019 had publicly announced they had a suspect. Cheryl Coker had filed for divorce from her husband of 19 years in September. In the filing, she sought custody of the couple’s teenage daughter as well as spousal support.
Cheryl Coker’s family told the Dayton Daily News around that time that William Coker had a girlfriend, prompting the breakup. Strained text messages followed, such as one three days after the divorce filing, in which William Coker allegedly wrote to his wife: “Thanks for putting the nail in my coffin.” Also that day, Cheryl Coker allegedly texted to a coworker: “I will be in tomorrow if I’m not dead.”
Cheryl Coker had dropped her 15-year-old daughter off at high school the morning she disappeared. She apparently got home safely around 7:35 a.m. because she’d posted a few times to Facebook. By 7:45 a.m., the posts stopped and she was never heard from again. Her family members found her abandoned vehicle the next day by using the Find My iPhone app to locate her phone, which was left in a backpack inside of the 2016 Toyota Highlander.
So why is it smart to have punted the case to Ohio's BCI? Well, if charges indeed are brought against someone in this case, a defense lawyer would happily show jurors recordings of media interviews in which investigators say in no uncertain terms that they believe Cheryl Coker was killed by her husband. If BCI is in charge instead, there's less reason for those public statements to taint a conviction.
William Coker has denied any involvement in his wife’s death.
Here’s the deal: There’s a reason police look first at loved ones when someone goes missing or is killed. One in three female murder victims are killed by intimate partners, according to the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence. (It's 1 in 20 for male victims.)
Of course, that means that two in three female murder victims are killed by someone other than an intimate partner, so it’s important to keep eyes open for clues that point in different directions. Riverside Police Chief Frank Robinson acknowledged as much back when Coker’s skeleton was found in April: “I think anybody is a suspect in this thing,” he said.
That’s an important approach to take if you think the goal of law enforcement should be to find the guilty party, not merely win a conviction. It's good to see that investigators are more interested in being methodical than showy about closing a high-profile case.
Officials, of course, had hoped that Cheryl Coker’s remains would provide some clues, but that doesn’t appear to be the case. The bones showed no obvious signs of trauma. If someone out there has information but didn’t come forward because they hoped the body would tell the tale, that hope is quashed. It’s time to step forward.
Got tips? This is the most recent homicide we’ve covered in this space, one fresh enough that even we agree authorities are right in staying mum on details. But, like all of these unsolved cases, our goal is to nudge someone with information to do the right thing. If you know something, call Riverside Police at 937-233-2080.
Accused, reported by Enquirer journalists Amber Hunt and Amanda Rossmann, is an award-winning podcast investigating cold cases with three seasons available on all mainstream platforms such as Apple Podcasts and also at www.accusedpodcast.com.
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2020.07.05 07:24 Hermancolumbus Herman Legal Group, LLC

Herman Legal Group, LLC
THE IMMIGRATION LAWYER YOU CAN TRUST
Thank you for visiting the Herman Legal Group ---The Law Firm for Immigrants™!Founded in 1995 by Richard Herman, we are an award-winning, skilled, driven, compassionate and highly experienced immigration law firm: passionate about providing exceptional immigration legal services and helping others. We have received numerous national awards and recognition for our leading role in representing families, individuals, and companies in Ohio, Michigan, Pennsylvania, New York, North Carolina, Florida, Texas, and Canada.
To talk to Immigration Attorney Richard Herman about your case, call for a FREE phone consult at 1-800-808-4013. Richard Herman is a nationally-known immigration law attorney lawyer with 25+ years of experience, AV-rated, recognized in U.S. World News & Report's "Best Lawyers in America," co-authored an acclaimed book, "Immigrant, Inc." Richard and his team blend experience with personal attention to help you navigate complex immigration law. We work hard and we work for YOU!

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BEST IMMIGRATION LAWYERS
Richard’s team consists of top immigration lawyersCharmaine Rozario, Vania Stefanova, Frank Krajenke, Luis Villarroel, Erin James, Kamal Dari, and Of-Counsel immigration attorneys Dinh Tran, Gil Manzano, Karmen Waters, and Ronen Kurzfeld. We are proud to have excellent Green Card Lawyers and Deportation Lawyers who can provide immigration law help.
The Herman Legal Group serves clients in all 50 states and Canada from its offices in Ohio (Cleveland, Columbus, Akron-Canton, Toledo, Cincinnati, Dayton, Youngstown), Michigan (Dearborn-Detroit and Ann Arbor), New York (Buffalo), Pennsylvania (Erie and Pittsburgh), Florida (Coral Gables-Miami), Texas (McKinney-Plano-Dallas), and Canada (Toronto).
The Herman Legal Group was awarded the designation of “Best Law Firm” by U.S. News & World Report in the field of immigration law. Criteria on which clients and peers were asked to evaluate firms included such areas as expertise, responsiveness, understanding of a business and its needs, cost-effectiveness, integrity, and civility. Get to know our Visa Lawyer and Citizenship Lawyer bit better by viewing our videos and reading us immigration news articles!
As evidence of his status as a Top Immigration Attorney, Richard has been named to Best Lawyers in America (2015-2018), the oldest and most respected peer-review publication in the legal profession. Partnered with U.S. News & World Report, the Best Lawyer lists are published in the Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, New York Times and Chicago Tribune.
Richard is the co-author of the internationally-acclaimed book, Immigrant, Inc. --Why Immigrant Entrepreneurs Are Driving the New Economy (John Wiley & Sons, 2009), https://www.lawfirm4immigrants.com/book-on-immigrants a powerful interweaving of success stories and research which makes the case that Immigrants Make America Stronger!
For over 10 years in a row, Richard has been acknowledged as a “Super Lawyer” and “Leading Lawyer” by various business publications. Richard received the “Client’s Choice Award” and top rating of “10” by the law website AVVO. In the field of lawyer immigration, Richard wants his clients to have the best strategies to navigate immigration marriage laws.
Check out our Client Reviews https://www.lawfirm4immigrants.com/testimonials/ and Success Stories https://www.lawfirm4immigrants.com/success-stories/ to learn more about our Asylum Lawyers.

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The Herman Legal Group is proud to serve its clientele from offices throughout the U.S. and Canada. If you are wondering, ‘Is there an immigration law office near me,” then there is a good chance we are not far away! Whether you are looking for an immigration lawyer Columbus Ohio or an Ohio Law firm immigration, we’ve got you covered.
Visit us at:
6660 North High Street Suite 3E Worthington, OH 43085
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2020.06.14 13:46 hermancincinnati Herman Legal Group, LLC

Herman Legal Group, LLC
THE IMMIGRATION LAWYER YOU CAN TRUST
Thank you for visiting the Herman Legal Group ---The Law Firm for Immigrants™!Founded in 1995 by Richard Herman, we are an award-winning, skilled, driven, compassionate and highly experienced immigration law firm: passionate about providing exceptional immigration legal services and helping others. We have received numerous national awards and recognition for our leading role in representing families, individuals and companies in Ohio, Michigan, Pennsylvania, New York, North Carolina, Florida, Texas, and Canada.
To talk to Immigration Attorney Richard Herman about your case, call for a FREE phone consult at 1-800-808-4013. Richard Herman is a nationally-known immigration law attorney lawyer with 25+ years of experience, AV-rated, recognized in U.S. World News & Report's "Best Lawyers in America," co-authored acclaimed book, "Immigrant, Inc." Richard and his team blend experience with personal attention to help you navigate complex immigration law. We work hard and we work for YOU!

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BEST IMMIGRATION LAWYERS
Richard’s team consists of top immigration lawyersCharmaine Rozario, Vania Stefanova, Frank Krajenke, Luis Villarroel, Erin James, Kamal Dari, and Of-Counsel immigration attorneys Dinh Tran, Gil Manzano, Karmen Waters, and Ronen Kurzfeld. We are proud to have excellent Green Card Lawyers and Deportation Lawyers who can provide immigration law help, The Herman Legal Group serves clients in all 50 states and Canada from its offices in Ohio (Cleveland, Columbus, Akron-Canton, Toledo, Cincinnati, Dayton, Youngstown), Michigan (Dearborn-Detroit and Ann Arbor), New York (Buffalo), Pennsylvania (Erie and Pittsburgh), Florida (Coral Gables-Miami), Texas (McKinney-Plano-Dallas), and Canada (Toronto).
The Herman Legal Group was awarded the designation of “Best Law Firm” by U.S. News & World Report in the field of immigration law. Criteria on which clients and peers were asked to evaluate firms included such areas as expertise, responsiveness, understanding of a business and its needs, cost-effectiveness, integrity, and civility. Get to know our Visa Lawyer and Citizenship Lawyer bit better by viewing our videos and reading our immigration news articles!
As evidence of his status as a Top Immigration Attorney, Richard has been named to Best Lawyers in America (2015-2018), the oldest and most respected peer-review publication in the legal profession. Partnered with U.S. News & World Report, the Best Lawyer lists are published in the Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, New York Times and Chicago Tribune.
Richard is the co-author of the internationally-acclaimed book, Immigrant, Inc. --Why Immigrant Entrepreneurs Are Driving the New Economy (John Wiley & Sons, 2009), https://www.lawfirm4immigrants.com/book-on-immigrants a powerful interweaving of success stories and research which makes the case that Immigrants Make America Stronger!
For over 10 years in a row, Richard has been acknowledged as a “Super Lawyer” and “Leading Lawyer” by various business publications. Richard received the “Client’s Choice Award” and top rating of “10” by the law website AVVO. In the field of lawyer immigration, Richard wants his clients to have the best strategies to navigate immigration marriage laws.
Check out our Client Reviews https://www.lawfirm4immigrants.com/testimonials/ and Success Stories https://www.lawfirm4immigrants.com/success-stories/ to learn more about our Asylum Lawyers.

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IMMIGRATION LAW FIRMS NEAR ME
The Herman Legal Group is proud to serve its clientele from offices throughout the U.S. and Canada. If you are wondering, ‘Is there an immigration law office near me,” then there is a good chance we are not far away!
Whether you are looking for an immigration lawyer Cincinnati OH or OhioLaw firm immigration, we’ve got you covered.

Visit us at:
Georgetown Village
1-38 Triangle Park
Cincinnati, OH 45246
Telephone: (513) 445-5859
GPS: 39.287367, -84.445003
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2020.06.13 07:55 hermanlegalbuffalo Herman Legal Group, LLC

THE IMMIGRATION LAWYER YOU CAN TRUST
Thank you for visiting the Herman Legal Group ---The Law Firm for Immigrants™!Founded in 1995 by Richard Herman, we are an award-winning, skilled, driven, compassionate and highly experienced immigration law firm: passionate about providing exceptional immigration legal services and helping others. We have received numerous national awards and recognition for our leading role in representing families, individuals and companies in Ohio, Michigan, Pennsylvania, New York, North Carolina, Florida, Texas, and Canada.
To talk to Immigration Attorney Richard Herman about your case, call for a FREE phone consult at 1-800-808-4013. Richard Herman is a nationally-known immigration law attorney lawyer with 25+ years of experience, AV-rated, recognized in U.S. World News & Report's "Best Lawyers in America," co-authored acclaimed book, "Immigrant, Inc." Richard and his team blend experience with personal attention to help you navigate complex immigration law. We work hard and we work for YOU!
BEST IMMIGRATION LAWYERS
Richard’s team consists of top immigration lawyersCharmaine Rozario, Vania Stefanova, Frank Krajenke, Luis Villarroel, Erin James, Kamal Dari, and Of-Counsel immigration attorneys Dinh Tran, Gil Manzano, Karmen Waters, and Ronen Kurzfeld. We are proud to have excellent Green Card Lawyers and Deportation Lawyers who can provide immigration law help
The Herman Legal Group serves clients in all 50 states and Canada from its offices in Ohio (Cleveland, Columbus, Akron-Canton, Toledo, Cincinnati, Dayton, Youngstown), Michigan (Dearborn-Detroit and Ann Arbor), New York (Buffalo), Pennsylvania (Erie and Pittsburgh), Florida (Coral Gables-Miami), Texas (McKinney-Plano-Dallas), and Canada (Toronto).
The Herman Legal Group was awarded the designation of “Best Law Firm” by U.S. News & World Report in the field of immigration law. Criteria on which clients and peers were asked to evaluate firms included such areas as expertise, responsiveness, understanding of a business and its needs, cost-effectiveness, integrity, and civility. Get to know our Visa Lawyer and Citizenship Lawyer bit better by viewing our videos and reading our immigration news articles!
As evidence of his status as a Top Immigration Attorney, Richard has been named to Best Lawyers in America (2015-2018), the oldest and most respected peer-review publication in the legal profession. Partnered with U.S. News & World Report, the Best Lawyer lists are published in the Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, New York Times and Chicago Tribune.
Richard is the co-author of the internationally-acclaimed book, Immigrant, Inc. --Why Immigrant Entrepreneurs Are Driving the New Economy (John Wiley & Sons, 2009), https://www.lawfirm4immigrants.com/book-on-immigrants/ a powerful interweaving of success stories and research which makes the case that Immigrants Make America Stronger!
For over 10 years in a row, Richard has been acknowledged as a “Super Lawyer” and “Leading Lawyer” by various business publications. Richard received the “Client’s Choice Award” and top rating of “10” by the law website AVVO. In the field of lawyer immigration, Richard wants his clients to have the best strategies to navigate immigration marriage laws.
Check out our Client Reviews https://www.lawfirm4immigrants.com/testimonials/ and Success Stories https://www.lawfirm4immigrants.com/success-stories/ to learn more about our Asylum Lawyers.
IMMIGRATION LAW FIRMS NEAR ME
The Herman Legal Group is proud to serve its clientele from offices throughout the U.S. and Canada. If you are wondering, ‘Is there an immigration law office near me,” then there is a good chance we are not far away!
Whether you are looking for an immigration lawyer Buffalo NY or a NY Law firm immigration, we’ve got you covered.

Visit us at:
50 Fountain Plaza
Suite 1400
Buffalo, NY 14202
(716) 800-3837
GPS: 42.889767; -78.87335
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2020.06.11 21:02 PeaceIsSoftcoreWar Summary of the Governor's 6/10 Coronavirus Briefing

Previous streams can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCporaXCeaOJgZKz7y3C0zbg
Thank you for all the awards and other offers but please save your money for the future economic uncertainty which is likely going to occur.
Ohio: 37,120 confirmed cases (with 2,884 extra probable cases), 2,263/37,120 confirmed deaths (with 227 extra probable deaths), 6,753 hospitalizations (NA currently hospitalized), 1,732 /6,753 in the ICU
United States: 2,010,900 confirmed cases and 113,097 deaths.
0110010001100010 has put together information on the latest and most accurate numbers here: http://covid19.danoniot.com/
Remember to check https://coronavirus.ohio.gov
2:05 PM: The Governor begins speaking
I'm wearing a tie from Cuyahoga Community College today.
COVID-19 testing may now occur for anyone who wants one. Prior to this time we were in the mindset that these resources were scarce but we now believe that we have solved many of the previous issues. Our Minority Task Force will partner with community health centers and the National Guard to create pop-up testing centers where anyone can come to get tested. We'll increase the number and location of these sites as time goes on.
Places of worship have not been subject to closing. Most of them have chosen to do so however. They have done their services through digital means or by drive-through service. We have put together best practices for these places as people start going to the physical location again. These are a suggestion, not a requirement.
2:17 PM: The Governor stops speaking
2:17 PM: The Lieutenant Governor starts speaking
We've made a lot of progress in reopening the economy. There were around 35,000 new jobless claims last week. That is more than 200,000 less than we had on average throughout this crisis. Renewals of jobless claims have also decreased.
The London Stock Exchange is now going to be located in Cleveland, Ohio. This will allow for increased capital for businesses within Ohio. Thirteen minority-owned businesses in Stark County will be some of the first to get access to that capital. This was a program that started before COVID-19 became such a large issue.
ODJFS is getting a grant for training and a grant for helping Ohioans to get access to new jobs. These grants will be distributed at a local level. Prior to COVID-19, we saw dynamic changes to the economic situation and with COVID-19, many of these changes are moving at an increased rate, especially in regards to tele-health and similar improvements.
2:23 PM: The Lieutenant Governor stops speaking
2:23 PM: The Governor begins speaking
YouTube stream broke immediately. So I'm going to switch to the other stream. I missed the first question.
Ohio's Department of Health under Amy Acton focused on lead paint prevention and several other important issues. When COVID-19 appeared in China, her advice is what helped me and Ohio move forward to protect Ohioans. However, she has decided to step down. She will continue to advise me on health issues. I asked her to do this. I have asked Lance Himes to be her replacement. It is hard for me to put into words how grateful I am to Amy Acton. She will continue to focus on COVID-19 but look into public health work as well.
2:29 PM: The Governor stops speaking
2:29 PM: Amy Acton starts speaking
I never expected I'd get a job like this. When I did, I wanted to make Ohio a place where all Ohioans have the ability to get access to the care they need. Still, I'm only a representative of many people in Ohio. The entire Department of Health and especially Lance Himes were extremely important to me in everything I've done so far. I'm so grateful to have served with you. I'd also like to thank the State Highway Patrol for keeping everyone safe. I'd also like to thank the other cabinet directors for doing so much for Ohioans. Thank you to the Governor's team, including the Lieutenant Governor. Thank you to our media team and to the press. Finally, thank you to Governor Dewine and to Fran, for doing so much for me and serving Ohio however they can.
To every Ohioan, I believe you have saved lives through all you have done. We're still going through this journey together, with all these challenges. Still, I believe it has allowed us to see things in a new light and created new opportunities to improve ourselves.
2:35 PM: Amy Acton stops speaking
2:36 PM: Question Period Begins
The YouTube stream broke immediately at this point so I missed the first question.
2:38 PM: Can you tell us where exactly Ohioans are getting sick? Bars? Churches? Work?
Amy Acton: We've seen many different situations where people get sick. From the most high risk situation, such as in the hospital, to cases where we've seen no obvious way that people have been infected. Spending a long time in close proximity and not wearing a mask are heavy risk factors. The virus is still here and ready to infect us. You don't have to be perfect but everything you do will help keep everyone safe.
Even when we take the best precautions, COVID-19 can still spread and it's important to remember that.
2:42 PM: There has been a surge in many states, do you plan to show us if we're seeing a surge as you mentioned you would on Tuesday?
Governor: Without intervention, COVID-19 will likely spread from one person to 2-3 people in general. Ohio's specific spread was a little less than 2 without intervention. On June 1st, it was slightly less than 1. We saw a slight increase in most of Ohio as time moved forward from May to June. The region surrounding Dayton is currently seeing a rate of 1.07, which is the most in the state. I intend to update this information as the weeks go on. I don't believe there's cause for alarm just yet but the numbers are certainly increasing. Mother's Day may have been a factor in these increases.
Amy Acton: We're looking at many factors throughout this time period. Many of these factors weren't tracked prior to this time. We're making advances and the ones working behind the scenes are excelling at their job.
2:48 PM: How did you feel about all of the negative attention you received during this time period? Is there anything you would change?
Amy Acton: All of this was new for me. My focus has always been on protecting Ohioans. I had to focus on that. I hope that with me stepping down, I can more easily interact with people and hear their stories. I want to better understand where the dissent is coming from.
2:51 PM: What is the status of anti-body testing?
Amy Acton: That testing is still underway. 1,200 people will volunteer to create a representative sample. One adult in every household will be eligible to volunteer. The hope is to have some of the data ready in July.
2:52 PM: Can you define contact tracing, isolation, quarantine, and what will be voluntary or mandatory?
Governor: I don't understand what you mean by this question. I'll have to look into it. Contact tracing has been going on forever.
Amy Acton: Isolation is when you're ill and quarantine is for those who might be ill. Many of the laws on the books for diseases are from a long time ago. It will only be mandatory in extreme cases, where people are purposefully putting people at risk.
2:56 PM: Why have you decided to leave your position at this point?
Amy Acton: I've been trying to decide what to do for several months actually. We're certainly entering a new phase and I think this is a sort of natural shift for me to get a better focus. I think this will allow me to serve Ohio better.
2:58 PM: The House and Senate has created new laws on contact tracing. Do you believe that these will be good for your plans?
Governor: I have not read the direct language but I plan to work with the legislature.
2:59 PM: The Governor begins speaking
Thank you all, especially to Amy Acton. We'll talk again on Tuesday.
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2020.06.11 21:02 PeaceIsSoftcoreWar Summary of the Governor's 6/10 Coronavirus Briefing

Previous streams can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCporaXCeaOJgZKz7y3C0zbg
Thank you for all the awards and other offers but please save your money for the future economic uncertainty which is likely going to occur.
Ohio: 37,120 confirmed cases (with 2,884 extra probable cases), 2,263/37,120 confirmed deaths (with 227 extra probable deaths), 6,753 hospitalizations (NA currently hospitalized), 1,732 /6,753 in the ICU
United States: 2,010,900 confirmed cases and 113,097 deaths.
0110010001100010 has put together information on the latest and most accurate numbers here: http://covid19.danoniot.com/
Remember to check https://coronavirus.ohio.gov
2:05 PM: The Governor begins speaking
I'm wearing a tie from Cuyahoga Community College today.
COVID-19 testing may now occur for anyone who wants one. Prior to this time we were in the mindset that these resources were scarce but we now believe that we have solved many of the previous issues. Our Minority Task Force will partner with community health centers and the National Guard to create pop-up testing centers where anyone can come to get tested. We'll increase the number and location of these sites as time goes on.
Places of worship have not been subject to closing. Most of them have chosen to do so however. They have done their services through digital means or by drive-through service. We have put together best practices for these places as people start going to the physical location again. These are a suggestion, not a requirement.
2:17 PM: The Governor stops speaking
2:17 PM: The Lieutenant Governor starts speaking
We've made a lot of progress in reopening the economy. There were around 35,000 new jobless claims last week. That is more than 200,000 less than we had on average throughout this crisis. Renewals of jobless claims have also decreased.
The London Stock Exchange is now going to be located in Cleveland, Ohio. This will allow for increased capital for businesses within Ohio. Thirteen minority-owned businesses in Stark County will be some of the first to get access to that capital. This was a program that started before COVID-19 became such a large issue.
ODJFS is getting a grant for training and a grant for helping Ohioans to get access to new jobs. These grants will be distributed at a local level. Prior to COVID-19, we saw dynamic changes to the economic situation and with COVID-19, many of these changes are moving at an increased rate, especially in regards to tele-health and similar improvements.
2:23 PM: The Lieutenant Governor stops speaking
2:23 PM: The Governor begins speaking
YouTube stream broke immediately. So I'm going to switch to the other stream. I missed the first question.
Ohio's Department of Health under Amy Acton focused on lead paint prevention and several other important issues. When COVID-19 appeared in China, her advice is what helped me and Ohio move forward to protect Ohioans. However, she has decided to step down. She will continue to advise me on health issues. I asked her to do this. I have asked Lance Himes to be her replacement. It is hard for me to put into words how grateful I am to Amy Acton. She will continue to focus on COVID-19 but look into public health work as well.
2:29 PM: The Governor stops speaking
2:29 PM: Amy Acton starts speaking
I never expected I'd get a job like this. When I did, I wanted to make Ohio a place where all Ohioans have the ability to get access to the care they need. Still, I'm only a representative of many people in Ohio. The entire Department of Health and especially Lance Himes were extremely important to me in everything I've done so far. I'm so grateful to have served with you. I'd also like to thank the State Highway Patrol for keeping everyone safe. I'd also like to thank the other cabinet directors for doing so much for Ohioans. Thank you to the Governor's team, including the Lieutenant Governor. Thank you to our media team and to the press. Finally, thank you to Governor Dewine and to Fran, for doing so much for me and serving Ohio however they can.
To every Ohioan, I believe you have saved lives through all you have done. We're still going through this journey together, with all these challenges. Still, I believe it has allowed us to see things in a new light and created new opportunities to improve ourselves.
2:35 PM: Amy Acton stops speaking
2:36 PM: Question Period Begins
The YouTube stream broke immediately at this point so I missed the first question.
2:38 PM: Can you tell us where exactly Ohioans are getting sick? Bars? Churches? Work?
Amy Acton: We've seen many different situations where people get sick. From the most high risk situation, such as in the hospital, to cases where we've seen no obvious way that people have been infected. Spending a long time in close proximity and not wearing a mask are heavy risk factors. The virus is still here and ready to infect us. You don't have to be perfect but everything you do will help keep everyone safe.
Even when we take the best precautions, COVID-19 can still spread and it's important to remember that.
2:42 PM: There has been a surge in many states, do you plan to show us if we're seeing a surge as you mentioned you would on Tuesday?
Governor: Without intervention, COVID-19 will likely spread from one person to 2-3 people in general. Ohio's specific spread was a little less than 2 without intervention. On June 1st, it was slightly less than 1. We saw a slight increase in most of Ohio as time moved forward from May to June. The region surrounding Dayton is currently seeing a rate of 1.07, which is the most in the state. I intend to update this information as the weeks go on. I don't believe there's cause for alarm just yet but the numbers are certainly increasing. Mother's Day may have been a factor in these increases.
Amy Acton: We're looking at many factors throughout this time period. Many of these factors weren't tracked prior to this time. We're making advances and the ones working behind the scenes are excelling at their job.
2:48 PM: How did you feel about all of the negative attention you received during this time period? Is there anything you would change?
Amy Acton: All of this was new for me. My focus has always been on protecting Ohioans. I had to focus on that. I hope that with me stepping down, I can more easily interact with people and hear their stories. I want to better understand where the dissent is coming from.
2:51 PM: What is the status of anti-body testing?
Amy Acton: That testing is still underway. 1,200 people will volunteer to create a representative sample. One adult in every household will be eligible to volunteer. The hope is to have some of the data ready in July.
2:52 PM: Can you define contact tracing, isolation, quarantine, and what will be voluntary or mandatory?
Governor: I don't understand what you mean by this question. I'll have to look into it. Contact tracing has been going on forever.
Amy Acton: Isolation is when you're ill and quarantine is for those who might be ill. Many of the laws on the books for diseases are from a long time ago. It will only be mandatory in extreme cases, where people are purposefully putting people at risk.
2:56 PM: Why have you decided to leave your position at this point?
Amy Acton: I've been trying to decide what to do for several months actually. We're certainly entering a new phase and I think this is a sort of natural shift for me to get a better focus. I think this will allow me to serve Ohio better.
2:58 PM: The House and Senate has created new laws on contact tracing. Do you believe that these will be good for your plans?
Governor: I have not read the direct language but I plan to work with the legislature.
2:59 PM: The Governor begins speaking
Thank you all, especially to Amy Acton. We'll talk again on Tuesday.
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2020.06.11 21:02 PeaceIsSoftcoreWar Summary of the Governor's 6/10 Coronavirus Briefing

Previous streams can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCporaXCeaOJgZKz7y3C0zbg
Thank you for all the awards and other offers but please save your money for the future economic uncertainty which is likely going to occur.
Ohio: 37,120 confirmed cases (with 2,884 extra probable cases), 2,263/37,120 confirmed deaths (with 227 extra probable deaths), 6,753 hospitalizations (NA currently hospitalized), 1,732 /6,753 in the ICU
United States: 2,010,900 confirmed cases and 113,097 deaths.
0110010001100010 has put together information on the latest and most accurate numbers here: http://covid19.danoniot.com/
Remember to check https://coronavirus.ohio.gov
2:05 PM: The Governor begins speaking
I'm wearing a tie from Cuyahoga Community College today.
COVID-19 testing may now occur for anyone who wants one. Prior to this time we were in the mindset that these resources were scarce but we now believe that we have solved many of the previous issues. Our Minority Task Force will partner with community health centers and the National Guard to create pop-up testing centers where anyone can come to get tested. We'll increase the number and location of these sites as time goes on.
Places of worship have not been subject to closing. Most of them have chosen to do so however. They have done their services through digital means or by drive-through service. We have put together best practices for these places as people start going to the physical location again. These are a suggestion, not a requirement.
2:17 PM: The Governor stops speaking
2:17 PM: The Lieutenant Governor starts speaking
We've made a lot of progress in reopening the economy. There were around 35,000 new jobless claims last week. That is more than 200,000 less than we had on average throughout this crisis. Renewals of jobless claims have also decreased.
The London Stock Exchange is now going to be located in Cleveland, Ohio. This will allow for increased capital for businesses within Ohio. Thirteen minority-owned businesses in Stark County will be some of the first to get access to that capital. This was a program that started before COVID-19 became such a large issue.
ODJFS is getting a grant for training and a grant for helping Ohioans to get access to new jobs. These grants will be distributed at a local level. Prior to COVID-19, we saw dynamic changes to the economic situation and with COVID-19, many of these changes are moving at an increased rate, especially in regards to tele-health and similar improvements.
2:23 PM: The Lieutenant Governor stops speaking
2:23 PM: The Governor begins speaking
YouTube stream broke immediately. So I'm going to switch to the other stream. I missed the first question.
Ohio's Department of Health under Amy Acton focused on lead paint prevention and several other important issues. When COVID-19 appeared in China, her advice is what helped me and Ohio move forward to protect Ohioans. However, she has decided to step down. She will continue to advise me on health issues. I asked her to do this. I have asked Lance Himes to be her replacement. It is hard for me to put into words how grateful I am to Amy Acton. She will continue to focus on COVID-19 but look into public health work as well.
2:29 PM: The Governor stops speaking
2:29 PM: Amy Acton starts speaking
I never expected I'd get a job like this. When I did, I wanted to make Ohio a place where all Ohioans have the ability to get access to the care they need. Still, I'm only a representative of many people in Ohio. The entire Department of Health and especially Lance Himes were extremely important to me in everything I've done so far. I'm so grateful to have served with you. I'd also like to thank the State Highway Patrol for keeping everyone safe. I'd also like to thank the other cabinet directors for doing so much for Ohioans. Thank you to the Governor's team, including the Lieutenant Governor. Thank you to our media team and to the press. Finally, thank you to Governor Dewine and to Fran, for doing so much for me and serving Ohio however they can.
To every Ohioan, I believe you have saved lives through all you have done. We're still going through this journey together, with all these challenges. Still, I believe it has allowed us to see things in a new light and created new opportunities to improve ourselves.
2:35 PM: Amy Acton stops speaking
2:36 PM: Question Period Begins
The YouTube stream broke immediately at this point so I missed the first question.
2:38 PM: Can you tell us where exactly Ohioans are getting sick? Bars? Churches? Work?
Amy Acton: We've seen many different situations where people get sick. From the most high risk situation, such as in the hospital, to cases where we've seen no obvious way that people have been infected. Spending a long time in close proximity and not wearing a mask are heavy risk factors. The virus is still here and ready to infect us. You don't have to be perfect but everything you do will help keep everyone safe.
Even when we take the best precautions, COVID-19 can still spread and it's important to remember that.
2:42 PM: There has been a surge in many states, do you plan to show us if we're seeing a surge as you mentioned you would on Tuesday?
Governor: Without intervention, COVID-19 will likely spread from one person to 2-3 people in general. Ohio's specific spread was a little less than 2 without intervention. On June 1st, it was slightly less than 1. We saw a slight increase in most of Ohio as time moved forward from May to June. The region surrounding Dayton is currently seeing a rate of 1.07, which is the most in the state. I intend to update this information as the weeks go on. I don't believe there's cause for alarm just yet but the numbers are certainly increasing. Mother's Day may have been a factor in these increases.
Amy Acton: We're looking at many factors throughout this time period. Many of these factors weren't tracked prior to this time. We're making advances and the ones working behind the scenes are excelling at their job.
2:48 PM: How did you feel about all of the negative attention you received during this time period? Is there anything you would change?
Amy Acton: All of this was new for me. My focus has always been on protecting Ohioans. I had to focus on that. I hope that with me stepping down, I can more easily interact with people and hear their stories. I want to better understand where the dissent is coming from.
2:51 PM: What is the status of anti-body testing?
Amy Acton: That testing is still underway. 1,200 people will volunteer to create a representative sample. One adult in every household will be eligible to volunteer. The hope is to have some of the data ready in July.
2:52 PM: Can you define contact tracing, isolation, quarantine, and what will be voluntary or mandatory?
Governor: I don't understand what you mean by this question. I'll have to look into it. Contact tracing has been going on forever.
Amy Acton: Isolation is when you're ill and quarantine is for those who might be ill. Many of the laws on the books for diseases are from a long time ago. It will only be mandatory in extreme cases, where people are purposefully putting people at risk.
2:56 PM: Why have you decided to leave your position at this point?
Amy Acton: I've been trying to decide what to do for several months actually. We're certainly entering a new phase and I think this is a sort of natural shift for me to get a better focus. I think this will allow me to serve Ohio better.
2:58 PM: The House and Senate has created new laws on contact tracing. Do you believe that these will be good for your plans?
Governor: I have not read the direct language but I plan to work with the legislature.
2:59 PM: The Governor begins speaking
Thank you all, especially to Amy Acton. We'll talk again on Tuesday.
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2020.06.11 21:02 PeaceIsSoftcoreWar Summary of the Governor's 6/10 Coronavirus Briefing

Previous streams can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCporaXCeaOJgZKz7y3C0zbg
Thank you for all the awards and other offers but please save your money for the future economic uncertainty which is likely going to occur.
Ohio: 37,120 confirmed cases (with 2,884 extra probable cases), 2,263/37,120 confirmed deaths (with 227 extra probable deaths), 6,753 hospitalizations (NA currently hospitalized), 1,732 /6,753 in the ICU
United States: 2,010,900 confirmed cases and 113,097 deaths.
0110010001100010 has put together information on the latest and most accurate numbers here: http://covid19.danoniot.com/
Remember to check https://coronavirus.ohio.gov
2:05 PM: The Governor begins speaking
I'm wearing a tie from Cuyahoga Community College today.
COVID-19 testing may now occur for anyone who wants one. Prior to this time we were in the mindset that these resources were scarce but we now believe that we have solved many of the previous issues. Our Minority Task Force will partner with community health centers and the National Guard to create pop-up testing centers where anyone can come to get tested. We'll increase the number and location of these sites as time goes on.
Places of worship have not been subject to closing. Most of them have chosen to do so however. They have done their services through digital means or by drive-through service. We have put together best practices for these places as people start going to the physical location again. These are a suggestion, not a requirement.
2:17 PM: The Governor stops speaking
2:17 PM: The Lieutenant Governor starts speaking
We've made a lot of progress in reopening the economy. There were around 35,000 new jobless claims last week. That is more than 200,000 less than we had on average throughout this crisis. Renewals of jobless claims have also decreased.
The London Stock Exchange is now going to be located in Cleveland, Ohio. This will allow for increased capital for businesses within Ohio. Thirteen minority-owned businesses in Stark County will be some of the first to get access to that capital. This was a program that started before COVID-19 became such a large issue.
ODJFS is getting a grant for training and a grant for helping Ohioans to get access to new jobs. These grants will be distributed at a local level. Prior to COVID-19, we saw dynamic changes to the economic situation and with COVID-19, many of these changes are moving at an increased rate, especially in regards to tele-health and similar improvements.
2:23 PM: The Lieutenant Governor stops speaking
2:23 PM: The Governor begins speaking
YouTube stream broke immediately. So I'm going to switch to the other stream. I missed the first question.
Ohio's Department of Health under Amy Acton focused on lead paint prevention and several other important issues. When COVID-19 appeared in China, her advice is what helped me and Ohio move forward to protect Ohioans. However, she has decided to step down. She will continue to advise me on health issues. I asked her to do this. I have asked Lance Himes to be her replacement. It is hard for me to put into words how grateful I am to Amy Acton. She will continue to focus on COVID-19 but look into public health work as well.
2:29 PM: The Governor stops speaking
2:29 PM: Amy Acton starts speaking
I never expected I'd get a job like this. When I did, I wanted to make Ohio a place where all Ohioans have the ability to get access to the care they need. Still, I'm only a representative of many people in Ohio. The entire Department of Health and especially Lance Himes were extremely important to me in everything I've done so far. I'm so grateful to have served with you. I'd also like to thank the State Highway Patrol for keeping everyone safe. I'd also like to thank the other cabinet directors for doing so much for Ohioans. Thank you to the Governor's team, including the Lieutenant Governor. Thank you to our media team and to the press. Finally, thank you to Governor Dewine and to Fran, for doing so much for me and serving Ohio however they can.
To every Ohioan, I believe you have saved lives through all you have done. We're still going through this journey together, with all these challenges. Still, I believe it has allowed us to see things in a new light and created new opportunities to improve ourselves.
2:35 PM: Amy Acton stops speaking
2:36 PM: Question Period Begins
The YouTube stream broke immediately at this point so I missed the first question.
2:38 PM: Can you tell us where exactly Ohioans are getting sick? Bars? Churches? Work?
Amy Acton: We've seen many different situations where people get sick. From the most high risk situation, such as in the hospital, to cases where we've seen no obvious way that people have been infected. Spending a long time in close proximity and not wearing a mask are heavy risk factors. The virus is still here and ready to infect us. You don't have to be perfect but everything you do will help keep everyone safe.
Even when we take the best precautions, COVID-19 can still spread and it's important to remember that.
2:42 PM: There has been a surge in many states, do you plan to show us if we're seeing a surge as you mentioned you would on Tuesday?
Governor: Without intervention, COVID-19 will likely spread from one person to 2-3 people in general. Ohio's specific spread was a little less than 2 without intervention. On June 1st, it was slightly less than 1. We saw a slight increase in most of Ohio as time moved forward from May to June. The region surrounding Dayton is currently seeing a rate of 1.07, which is the most in the state. I intend to update this information as the weeks go on. I don't believe there's cause for alarm just yet but the numbers are certainly increasing. Mother's Day may have been a factor in these increases.
Amy Acton: We're looking at many factors throughout this time period. Many of these factors weren't tracked prior to this time. We're making advances and the ones working behind the scenes are excelling at their job.
2:48 PM: How did you feel about all of the negative attention you received during this time period? Is there anything you would change?
Amy Acton: All of this was new for me. My focus has always been on protecting Ohioans. I had to focus on that. I hope that with me stepping down, I can more easily interact with people and hear their stories. I want to better understand where the dissent is coming from.
2:51 PM: What is the status of anti-body testing?
Amy Acton: That testing is still underway. 1,200 people will volunteer to create a representative sample. One adult in every household will be eligible to volunteer. The hope is to have some of the data ready in July.
2:52 PM: Can you define contact tracing, isolation, quarantine, and what will be voluntary or mandatory?
Governor: I don't understand what you mean by this question. I'll have to look into it. Contact tracing has been going on forever.
Amy Acton: Isolation is when you're ill and quarantine is for those who might be ill. Many of the laws on the books for diseases are from a long time ago. It will only be mandatory in extreme cases, where people are purposefully putting people at risk.
2:56 PM: Why have you decided to leave your position at this point?
Amy Acton: I've been trying to decide what to do for several months actually. We're certainly entering a new phase and I think this is a sort of natural shift for me to get a better focus. I think this will allow me to serve Ohio better.
2:58 PM: The House and Senate has created new laws on contact tracing. Do you believe that these will be good for your plans?
Governor: I have not read the direct language but I plan to work with the legislature.
2:59 PM: The Governor begins speaking
Thank you all, especially to Amy Acton. We'll talk again on Tuesday.
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2020.06.11 21:02 PeaceIsSoftcoreWar Summary of the Governor's 6/10 Coronavirus Briefing

Previous streams can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCporaXCeaOJgZKz7y3C0zbg
Thank you for all the awards and other offers but please save your money for the future economic uncertainty which is likely going to occur.
Ohio: 37,120 confirmed cases (with 2,884 extra probable cases), 2,263/37,120 confirmed deaths (with 227 extra probable deaths), 6,753 hospitalizations (NA currently hospitalized), 1,732 /6,753 in the ICU
United States: 2,010,900 confirmed cases and 113,097 deaths.
0110010001100010 has put together information on the latest and most accurate numbers here: http://covid19.danoniot.com/
Remember to check https://coronavirus.ohio.gov
2:05 PM: The Governor begins speaking
I'm wearing a tie from Cuyahoga Community College today.
COVID-19 testing may now occur for anyone who wants one. Prior to this time we were in the mindset that these resources were scarce but we now believe that we have solved many of the previous issues. Our Minority Task Force will partner with community health centers and the National Guard to create pop-up testing centers where anyone can come to get tested. We'll increase the number and location of these sites as time goes on.
Places of worship have not been subject to closing. Most of them have chosen to do so however. They have done their services through digital means or by drive-through service. We have put together best practices for these places as people start going to the physical location again. These are a suggestion, not a requirement.
2:17 PM: The Governor stops speaking
2:17 PM: The Lieutenant Governor starts speaking
We've made a lot of progress in reopening the economy. There were around 35,000 new jobless claims last week. That is more than 200,000 less than we had on average throughout this crisis. Renewals of jobless claims have also decreased.
The London Stock Exchange is now going to be located in Cleveland, Ohio. This will allow for increased capital for businesses within Ohio. Thirteen minority-owned businesses in Stark County will be some of the first to get access to that capital. This was a program that started before COVID-19 became such a large issue.
ODJFS is getting a grant for training and a grant for helping Ohioans to get access to new jobs. These grants will be distributed at a local level. Prior to COVID-19, we saw dynamic changes to the economic situation and with COVID-19, many of these changes are moving at an increased rate, especially in regards to tele-health and similar improvements.
2:23 PM: The Lieutenant Governor stops speaking
2:23 PM: The Governor begins speaking
YouTube stream broke immediately. So I'm going to switch to the other stream. I missed the first question.
Ohio's Department of Health under Amy Acton focused on lead paint prevention and several other important issues. When COVID-19 appeared in China, her advice is what helped me and Ohio move forward to protect Ohioans. However, she has decided to step down. She will continue to advise me on health issues. I asked her to do this. I have asked Lance Himes to be her replacement. It is hard for me to put into words how grateful I am to Amy Acton. She will continue to focus on COVID-19 but look into public health work as well.
2:29 PM: The Governor stops speaking
2:29 PM: Amy Acton starts speaking
I never expected I'd get a job like this. When I did, I wanted to make Ohio a place where all Ohioans have the ability to get access to the care they need. Still, I'm only a representative of many people in Ohio. The entire Department of Health and especially Lance Himes were extremely important to me in everything I've done so far. I'm so grateful to have served with you. I'd also like to thank the State Highway Patrol for keeping everyone safe. I'd also like to thank the other cabinet directors for doing so much for Ohioans. Thank you to the Governor's team, including the Lieutenant Governor. Thank you to our media team and to the press. Finally, thank you to Governor Dewine and to Fran, for doing so much for me and serving Ohio however they can.
To every Ohioan, I believe you have saved lives through all you have done. We're still going through this journey together, with all these challenges. Still, I believe it has allowed us to see things in a new light and created new opportunities to improve ourselves.
2:35 PM: Amy Acton stops speaking
2:36 PM: Question Period Begins
The YouTube stream broke immediately at this point so I missed the first question.
2:38 PM: Can you tell us where exactly Ohioans are getting sick? Bars? Churches? Work?
Amy Acton: We've seen many different situations where people get sick. From the most high risk situation, such as in the hospital, to cases where we've seen no obvious way that people have been infected. Spending a long time in close proximity and not wearing a mask are heavy risk factors. The virus is still here and ready to infect us. You don't have to be perfect but everything you do will help keep everyone safe.
Even when we take the best precautions, COVID-19 can still spread and it's important to remember that.
2:42 PM: There has been a surge in many states, do you plan to show us if we're seeing a surge as you mentioned you would on Tuesday?
Governor: Without intervention, COVID-19 will likely spread from one person to 2-3 people in general. Ohio's specific spread was a little less than 2 without intervention. On June 1st, it was slightly less than 1. We saw a slight increase in most of Ohio as time moved forward from May to June. The region surrounding Dayton is currently seeing a rate of 1.07, which is the most in the state. I intend to update this information as the weeks go on. I don't believe there's cause for alarm just yet but the numbers are certainly increasing. Mother's Day may have been a factor in these increases.
Amy Acton: We're looking at many factors throughout this time period. Many of these factors weren't tracked prior to this time. We're making advances and the ones working behind the scenes are excelling at their job.
2:48 PM: How did you feel about all of the negative attention you received during this time period? Is there anything you would change?
Amy Acton: All of this was new for me. My focus has always been on protecting Ohioans. I had to focus on that. I hope that with me stepping down, I can more easily interact with people and hear their stories. I want to better understand where the dissent is coming from.
2:51 PM: What is the status of anti-body testing?
Amy Acton: That testing is still underway. 1,200 people will volunteer to create a representative sample. One adult in every household will be eligible to volunteer. The hope is to have some of the data ready in July.
2:52 PM: Can you define contact tracing, isolation, quarantine, and what will be voluntary or mandatory?
Governor: I don't understand what you mean by this question. I'll have to look into it. Contact tracing has been going on forever.
Amy Acton: Isolation is when you're ill and quarantine is for those who might be ill. Many of the laws on the books for diseases are from a long time ago. It will only be mandatory in extreme cases, where people are purposefully putting people at risk.
2:56 PM: Why have you decided to leave your position at this point?
Amy Acton: I've been trying to decide what to do for several months actually. We're certainly entering a new phase and I think this is a sort of natural shift for me to get a better focus. I think this will allow me to serve Ohio better.
2:58 PM: The House and Senate has created new laws on contact tracing. Do you believe that these will be good for your plans?
Governor: I have not read the direct language but I plan to work with the legislature.
2:59 PM: The Governor begins speaking
Thank you all, especially to Amy Acton. We'll talk again on Tuesday.
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2020.06.11 21:02 PeaceIsSoftcoreWar Summary of the Governor's 6/10 Coronavirus Briefing

Previous streams can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCporaXCeaOJgZKz7y3C0zbg
Thank you for all the awards and other offers but please save your money for the future economic uncertainty which is likely going to occur.
Ohio: 37,120 confirmed cases (with 2,884 extra probable cases), 2,263/37,120 confirmed deaths (with 227 extra probable deaths), 6,753 hospitalizations (NA currently hospitalized), 1,732 /6,753 in the ICU
United States: 2,010,900 confirmed cases and 113,097 deaths.
0110010001100010 has put together information on the latest and most accurate numbers here: http://covid19.danoniot.com/
Remember to check https://coronavirus.ohio.gov
2:05 PM: The Governor begins speaking
I'm wearing a tie from Cuyahoga Community College today.
COVID-19 testing may now occur for anyone who wants one. Prior to this time we were in the mindset that these resources were scarce but we now believe that we have solved many of the previous issues. Our Minority Task Force will partner with community health centers and the National Guard to create pop-up testing centers where anyone can come to get tested. We'll increase the number and location of these sites as time goes on.
Places of worship have not been subject to closing. Most of them have chosen to do so however. They have done their services through digital means or by drive-through service. We have put together best practices for these places as people start going to the physical location again. These are a suggestion, not a requirement.
2:17 PM: The Governor stops speaking
2:17 PM: The Lieutenant Governor starts speaking
We've made a lot of progress in reopening the economy. There were around 35,000 new jobless claims last week. That is more than 200,000 less than we had on average throughout this crisis. Renewals of jobless claims have also decreased.
The London Stock Exchange is now going to be located in Cleveland, Ohio. This will allow for increased capital for businesses within Ohio. Thirteen minority-owned businesses in Stark County will be some of the first to get access to that capital. This was a program that started before COVID-19 became such a large issue.
ODJFS is getting a grant for training and a grant for helping Ohioans to get access to new jobs. These grants will be distributed at a local level. Prior to COVID-19, we saw dynamic changes to the economic situation and with COVID-19, many of these changes are moving at an increased rate, especially in regards to tele-health and similar improvements.
2:23 PM: The Lieutenant Governor stops speaking
2:23 PM: The Governor begins speaking
YouTube stream broke immediately. So I'm going to switch to the other stream. I missed the first question.
Ohio's Department of Health under Amy Acton focused on lead paint prevention and several other important issues. When COVID-19 appeared in China, her advice is what helped me and Ohio move forward to protect Ohioans. However, she has decided to step down. She will continue to advise me on health issues. I asked her to do this. I have asked Lance Himes to be her replacement. It is hard for me to put into words how grateful I am to Amy Acton. She will continue to focus on COVID-19 but look into public health work as well.
2:29 PM: The Governor stops speaking
2:29 PM: Amy Acton starts speaking
I never expected I'd get a job like this. When I did, I wanted to make Ohio a place where all Ohioans have the ability to get access to the care they need. Still, I'm only a representative of many people in Ohio. The entire Department of Health and especially Lance Himes were extremely important to me in everything I've done so far. I'm so grateful to have served with you. I'd also like to thank the State Highway Patrol for keeping everyone safe. I'd also like to thank the other cabinet directors for doing so much for Ohioans. Thank you to the Governor's team, including the Lieutenant Governor. Thank you to our media team and to the press. Finally, thank you to Governor Dewine and to Fran, for doing so much for me and serving Ohio however they can.
To every Ohioan, I believe you have saved lives through all you have done. We're still going through this journey together, with all these challenges. Still, I believe it has allowed us to see things in a new light and created new opportunities to improve ourselves.
2:35 PM: Amy Acton stops speaking
2:36 PM: Question Period Begins
The YouTube stream broke immediately at this point so I missed the first question.
2:38 PM: Can you tell us where exactly Ohioans are getting sick? Bars? Churches? Work?
Amy Acton: We've seen many different situations where people get sick. From the most high risk situation, such as in the hospital, to cases where we've seen no obvious way that people have been infected. Spending a long time in close proximity and not wearing a mask are heavy risk factors. The virus is still here and ready to infect us. You don't have to be perfect but everything you do will help keep everyone safe.
Even when we take the best precautions, COVID-19 can still spread and it's important to remember that.
2:42 PM: There has been a surge in many states, do you plan to show us if we're seeing a surge as you mentioned you would on Tuesday?
Governor: Without intervention, COVID-19 will likely spread from one person to 2-3 people in general. Ohio's specific spread was a little less than 2 without intervention. On June 1st, it was slightly less than 1. We saw a slight increase in most of Ohio as time moved forward from May to June. The region surrounding Dayton is currently seeing a rate of 1.07, which is the most in the state. I intend to update this information as the weeks go on. I don't believe there's cause for alarm just yet but the numbers are certainly increasing. Mother's Day may have been a factor in these increases.
Amy Acton: We're looking at many factors throughout this time period. Many of these factors weren't tracked prior to this time. We're making advances and the ones working behind the scenes are excelling at their job.
2:48 PM: How did you feel about all of the negative attention you received during this time period? Is there anything you would change?
Amy Acton: All of this was new for me. My focus has always been on protecting Ohioans. I had to focus on that. I hope that with me stepping down, I can more easily interact with people and hear their stories. I want to better understand where the dissent is coming from.
2:51 PM: What is the status of anti-body testing?
Amy Acton: That testing is still underway. 1,200 people will volunteer to create a representative sample. One adult in every household will be eligible to volunteer. The hope is to have some of the data ready in July.
2:52 PM: Can you define contact tracing, isolation, quarantine, and what will be voluntary or mandatory?
Governor: I don't understand what you mean by this question. I'll have to look into it. Contact tracing has been going on forever.
Amy Acton: Isolation is when you're ill and quarantine is for those who might be ill. Many of the laws on the books for diseases are from a long time ago. It will only be mandatory in extreme cases, where people are purposefully putting people at risk.
2:56 PM: Why have you decided to leave your position at this point?
Amy Acton: I've been trying to decide what to do for several months actually. We're certainly entering a new phase and I think this is a sort of natural shift for me to get a better focus. I think this will allow me to serve Ohio better.
2:58 PM: The House and Senate has created new laws on contact tracing. Do you believe that these will be good for your plans?
Governor: I have not read the direct language but I plan to work with the legislature.
2:59 PM: The Governor begins speaking
Thank you all, especially to Amy Acton. We'll talk again on Tuesday.
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2020.06.11 20:00 PeaceIsSoftcoreWar The Governor's 6/10 Coronavirus briefing will begin soon as of 2:00 PM

Streaming at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0pYis2sySQYand http://ohiochannel.org/governor-live-stream.html
I recommend using the youtube link.
I will be keeping this post updated with a summary as it continues. Things I find most important will be bold. Keep in mind it will often be paraphrased. The stream itself is the best source.
Previous streams can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCporaXCeaOJgZKz7y3C0zbg
Thank you for all the awards and other offers but please save your money for the future economic uncertainty which is likely going to occur.
Ohio: 37,120 confirmed cases (with 2,884 extra probable cases), 2,263/37,120 confirmed deaths (with 227 extra probable deaths), 6,753 hospitalizations (NA currently hospitalized), 1,732 /6,753 in the ICU
United States: 2,010,900 confirmed cases and 113,097 deaths.
0110010001100010 has put together information on the latest and most accurate numbers here: http://covid19.danoniot.com/
Remember to check https://coronavirus.ohio.gov
2:05 PM: The Governor begins speaking
I'm wearing a tie from Cuyahoga Community College today.
COVID-19 testing may now occur for anyone who wants one. Prior to this time we were in the mindset that these resources were scarce but we now believe that we have solved many of the previous issues. Our Minority Task Force will partner with community health centers and the National Guard to create pop-up testing centers where anyone can come to get tested. We'll increase the number and location of these sites as time goes on.
Places of worship have not been subject to closing. Most of them have chosen to do so however. They have done their services through digital means or by drive-through service. We have put together best practices for these places as people start going to the physical location again. These are a suggestion, not a requirement.
2:17 PM: The Governor stops speaking
2:17 PM: The Lieutenant Governor starts speaking
We've made a lot of progress in reopening the economy. There were around 35,000 new jobless claims last week. That is more than 200,000 less than we had on average throughout this crisis. Renewals of jobless claims have also decreased.
The London Stock Exchange is now going to be located in Cleveland, Ohio. This will allow for increased capital for businesses within Ohio. Thirteen minority-owned businesses in Stark County will be some of the first to get access to that capital. This was a program that started before COVID-19 became such a large issue.
ODJFS is getting a grant for training and a grant for helping Ohioans to get access to new jobs. These grants will be distributed at a local level. Prior to COVID-19, we saw dynamic changes to the economic situation and with COVID-19, many of these changes are moving at an increased rate, especially in regards to tele-health and similar improvements.
2:23 PM: The Lieutenant Governor stops speaking
2:23 PM: The Governor begins speaking
YouTube stream broke immediately. So I'm going to switch to the other stream. I missed the first question.
Ohio's Department of Health under Amy Acton focused on lead paint prevention and several other important issues. When COVID-19 appeared in China, her advice is what helped me and Ohio move forward to protect Ohioans. However, she has decided to step down. She will continue to advise me on health issues. I asked her to do this. I have asked Lance Himes to be her replacement. It is hard for me to put into words how grateful I am to Amy Acton. She will continue to focus on COVID-19 but look into public health work as well.
2:29 PM: The Governor stops speaking
2:29 PM: Amy Acton starts speaking
I never expected I'd get a job like this. When I did, I wanted to make Ohio a place where all Ohioans have the ability to get access to the care they need. Still, I'm only a representative of many people in Ohio. The entire Department of Health and especially Lance Himes were extremely important to me in everything I've done so far. I'm so grateful to have served with you. I'd also like to thank the State Highway Patrol for keeping everyone safe. I'd also like to thank the other cabinet directors for doing so much for Ohioans. Thank you to the Governor's team, including the Lieutenant Governor. Thank you to our media team and to the press. Finally, thank you to Governor Dewine and to Fran, for doing so much for me and serving Ohio however they can.
To every Ohioan, I believe you have saved lives through all you have done. We're still going through this journey together, with all these challenges. Still, I believe it has allowed us to see things in a new light and created new opportunities to improve ourselves.
2:35 PM: Amy Acton stops speaking
2:36 PM: Question Period Begins
The YouTube stream broke immediately at this point so I missed the first question.
2:38 PM: Can you tell us where exactly Ohioans are getting sick? Bars? Churches? Work?
Amy Acton: We've seen many different situations where people get sick. From the most high risk situation, such as in the hospital, to cases where we've seen no obvious way that people have been infected. Spending a long time in close proximity and not wearing a mask are heavy risk factors. The virus is still here and ready to infect us. You don't have to be perfect but everything you do will help keep everyone safe.
Even when we take the best precautions, COVID-19 can still spread and it's important to remember that.
2:42 PM: There has been a surge in many states, do you plan to show us if we're seeing a surge as you mentioned you would on Tuesday?
Governor: Without intervention, COVID-19 will likely spread from one person to 2-3 people in general. Ohio's specific spread was a little less than 2 without intervention. On June 1st, it was slightly less than 1. We saw a slight increase in most of Ohio as time moved forward from May to June. The region surrounding Dayton is currently seeing a rate of 1.07, which is the most in the state. I intend to update this information as the weeks go on. I don't believe there's cause for alarm just yet but the numbers are certainly increasing. Mother's Day may have been a factor in these increases.
Amy Acton: We're looking at many factors throughout this time period. Many of these factors weren't tracked prior to this time. We're making advances and the ones working behind the scenes are excelling at their job.
2:48 PM: How did you feel about all of the negative attention you received during this time period? Is there anything you would change?
Amy Acton: All of this was new for me. My focus has always been on protecting Ohioans. I had to focus on that. I hope that with me stepping down, I can more easily interact with people and hear their stories. I want to better understand where the dissent is coming from.
2:51 PM: What is the status of anti-body testing?
Amy Acton: That testing is still underway. 1,200 people will volunteer to create a representative sample. One adult in every household will be eligible to volunteer. The hope is to have some of the data ready in July.
2:52 PM: Can you define contact tracing, isolation, quarantine, and what will be voluntary or mandatory?
Governor: I don't understand what you mean by this question. I'll have to look into it. Contact tracing has been going on forever.
Amy Acton: Isolation is when you're ill and quarantine is for those who might be ill. Many of the laws on the books for diseases are from a long time ago. It will only be mandatory in extreme cases, where people are purposefully putting people at risk.
2:56 PM: Why have you decided to leave your position at this point?
Amy Acton: I've been trying to decide what to do for several months actually. We're certainly entering a new phase and I think this is a sort of natural shift for me to get a better focus. I think this will allow me to serve Ohio better.
2:58 PM: The House and Senate has created new laws on contact tracing. Do you believe that these will be good for your plans?
Governor: I have not read the direct language but I plan to work with the legislature.
2:59 PM: The Governor begins speaking
Thank you all, especially to Amy Acton. We'll talk again on Tuesday.
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2020.05.30 12:19 abby_lee_schmee SOS! this story has it all. mixed fam. autism. new to SAHM. LOST! HELP

I moved in with my long distance partner about two months ago, along with my three year old son. the move was from a bustling downtown, super "hip" city in Florida (downtown st pete if you're curious) to a suburb of dayton, Ohio.
my partner is the perfect man for me: supportive, loving, kind, sex is awesome, he is funny and smart and grateful for the help I've been... oh, I forgot to mention that part: he has three kids of his own that he was parenting solo... their mom lives a block away and makes damn near zero effort to see her lovely children or help out in any way, shape, or form...
anyway, the kids are as follows- one, R, is a sweet girl my son's age, the second, F, is a nearly 6 year old with severe autism (almost completely non-verbal, can be physically destructive to the point of bringing me to tears once or twice at the loss of whatever he's broken... but also insanely cute and sweet at times... the diagnosis process was just beginning when corona lockdown hit, and no resources had yet been explored. my partner had been seeking a formal diagnosis for some time...) and FINALLY, an 8 year old, D, that is simultaneously fun and very cool one-on-one but also quite a "fibber" and "tattler" and "bossy" with the younger kids - in a way that is not just unhelpful but often VERY detrimental... most of the conflicts among the kids are rooted in this bossy behavior. Not only that, but he seems to actively instigate, push buttons, get the other kids riled up and generally just pour gasoline on an already flammable situation. why? attention? he's the only one old enough to really register what. deadbeat 'mom' is... and clearly misses her. he lies about the tune they spend together... telling elaborate tales of fun times and... its sad. so, I try my damndest to show him lots of attention and let him know about all of the wonderful qualities I see in him. is that wrong? he needs to feel maternal love but I don't want to let the lying and crappy habits go unchecked. nuance is not his specialty when i try to 'talk real' with him. what else can I do? he has so many good instincts that he utilizes so poorly. I want to help this cool ass kid find himself and his confidence and just feel comfy in his own skin. how??
again, he is the only one old enough to realize mom kinda sucks and thus is sometimes bitter and obviously jealous of the adoration I have for my son... though I try my very best to tone it down in front of the other kids to avoid showing anything resembling preferential treatment. I said earlier their mom made no effort to see them. there is one weird, inexplicable exception:
taking the oldest for a 2 to 6 hours once every few weeks...(we've discovered that she almost ALWAYS sleeps the entire time and leaves him alone to watch TV on the couch... i stopped by once to bring him food because he called to say he was hungry. she was asleep in her room. since then she told him to tell me to make she he came with plenty of food packed - meals for the entire day, snacks, and drinks. she is not impoverished, by the way. she earns more than my partner who is the sole provider for the kids in every sense. they're in the divorce process and she threatened to "quit her job" if he attempted to get ANY child support or help whatsoever... classy right?)
I should note here that I am not some jealous weirdo or into baby mama drama and all that shit. I also have a nearly teenage daughter that I share custody with my ex husband (not my sons father... this was from my first and only marriage... ended amicably). I LOVE LOVE LOVE his new wife. I love that my daughter has her in her life. I enjoy chatting with her and I'm going to Cali in a few weeks to spend some time and its just gonna be us three gals: me, my daughter, and my ex's wife. I look forward to it. I just felt it necessary to say that because the things I mentioned about Z's ex sound so bizarre and off the wall that its hard not to automatically assume its just some weird ex-jealousy thing. its not. thats not how I roll. at all. I would love for us all to be friendly and healthy coparents... like I am with my ex husband. but... alas, Z's ex is off the charts vindictive and hateful and bizarre and.. just... miserable and awful. anyway.
me and my partner met through a cousin of mine that worked for my partner. Z and I are both bleeding heart super libs and my cousin invited both of us to join a political discussion group. Z and I were the only of "our kind" and hit it off big time. we talked more and more... first DMs, then texting, then phone calls, then video chats and daily contact for over two years. a few months ago it was just TIME. a skeptic by nature, the both of us, knew we were both who we claimed to be beyond a shadow of a doubt... and honestly I can say this man knew me better than anyone had ever and vice versa. so we made the decision that my son, E, and I were to come up here. I sold most of my belongings (I'd been wanting to go minimalist anyway)... and Z flew down, hung out in my city for a couple days... met the family and a few friends, helped me pack and we drove back up.
prior to corona, he had a super-nanny... and I was a working mom with the help of my own amazing mom to watch E (when E's father couldnt) while I did my 40-50 hrs in the field of property management. Z is an "essential worker"... and super-nanny is up there in age. thus, I've been the one watching these 4 kids alone 4 or 5 days a week. I came thinking I was gonna KILL IT. I taught ESL in Japan for years, love kids... love education and have loads of creative and fun activities up my sleeve to keep them engaged, happy and learning. I lesson planned 😂. wrote schedules 😂😂. read books on blending families and engaging with a partner's children 😂😂😂. i "read about" autism. oh, what a dummy I was. well...fuck. shit did not play out the way I expected.
the differences in ages, conflict amongst the children and something that can only be cabin fever has made it freaking impossible to turn this into a positive. i feel like I'm barely hanging on. honestly. ive sought advice from books and blogs. art projects, fun bath toys, games, building toys and every iteration of creative play has been presented to them. every activity quickly devolves into arguing, whining, screaming, lying and just general terrorizing of MOM.
parks are shut down. like... literally chained shut. there is no outdoor space in which they can blow off steam.
I need help.
with any of the things I mentioned. F, the almost 6 yr old with autism chucked a tablet at the touchscreen of our BRAND NEW car, a car we picked because of my love of music and the amazing sound that the touchscreen gave us access to. a nearly $2000 fix. that was about two months ago (no it hasn't been fixed yet... its 2k to fix, did I mention that? lol). the best part is, he threw the tablet the day we got the car... we all excitedly got in, little ones strapped into the boosters and car seats... all good to go. we turn out of the neighborhood and WHOOSH! smashed. 5 minutes into owning our new car and that happened. this kid has broken so many costly things it is mind-boggling. but then we have these incredibly touching moments between the two of us that make me teary-eyed. he can be soooo sweet. today I helped him wash his hands and we made prolonged, intense eye contact and he let me hug him. i felt love in that moment.
the thing that sucks is, my partner, Z, like BARELY got an "official diagnosis" before Corona. this is after years of trying. I am not even 100% convinced it IS autism. neither is Z. we don't know what we are doing.
I dont know where I was going with this... i guess its just a cry for help.
just in case it needs to be said: Z is IMMENSELY GRATEFUL, so kind... and does not in any way expect me to have any answers. we are learning together. he would do anything for me, and I for him. he also does not even expect me to do the childcare dealio at all. but the fact is, the cost for fulltime care for 4 kids, one with special needs... would be... well, they would meet and likely exceed my income if I were working instead.
the plan was for me to come here, find a low stress PT job (or low hours/high intensity - weekends serving or bartending, for example) and go back to school after wanting to go back for over a decade... and of course ALSO parent... but also work towards my own goals, too. and we WILL get there. did i mention super nanny was a family member of Z's and thus totally affordable?? but, alas, she is older and very weary of exposure.
we are currently trying to convince my mother to move in and take over (something she desperately WANTS to do, btw... but feels bound by being my paralyzed and emotionally abusive and totally unnapreciative older brothers caretaker.) she just cannot cut that cord even though she knows its whats best for her.... and even best for him... *he wouldn't be left helpless by the way, he would just have professionals that he couldn't take advantage of and dominate every moment of their every day... i love my bro but the relationship my mom and he have is not healthy.
HERE, she would be doing something she loves - caring for children... she has the patience of a saint... and we would provide her with a comfortable and lovely room and everything she could need or want. and she would be endlessly appreciated, loved, and shown gratitude. Z, my son, ME and even the kids who have skyped with her ALL want her to come... anyway... she is now saying she WILL come and is "working out details"... but i fear she's down there being manipulated by someone who takes total advantage of her. my bro is way more capable than he acts. he has her running errands he could run... making drs appt calls, ridiculous shit for a man that is 38. hes paralyzed, not intellectually impaired in ANY WAY. he just likes having someone do everything for him. like I said... i love him, but even brothers in wheelchairs can be dicks. lol.
I've gone off on every tangent possible. but this is just a cry for help. any kind of response is welcome. commiserate? advice? anything? tell me something.... anything. i needed to vent, obviously. but I also need some kind of feedback. I may x-post if I don't hear much. I love reddit. I love my life and the people in it. I sound ungrateful as hell here. but im not. just... wanting to do better and not sure how. or where to start, even.
I need: -ideas for fun - indoor fun specifically -ideas for conflict resolution, especially for kids in mixed families -help with newly diagnosed autism in a kid F's age (almost 6)... keeping in mind we are in a state that is still under shut down in many ways... and also WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE WITH F??? -ideas on how to convince mom she will be happier here (this is legit.... i ADORE my mother and have for years been pushing her to cut the cord with my brother. I want her here for help, sure... but that is TOTALLY secondary to wanting her to be happy. and I know she would be. she is just GOOD at this stuff... kids, challenging kids at that, and she would be living in a nicer home, have no more financial stress, and shed be showered with love on the daily. and me and Z wouldn't just pile it all on her. he has 3 days off a week where she would have no responsibilities at all. as it stands she works 7 days a week. from dawn til 10 pm... sometimes bro will call her at 3 am for "emergencies" like a dropped water bottle or remote. no, not a joke. and not a rarity) -anyone that can relate to ANY part of my rambling post? -anyone want someone to chat with about life and any of the issues I brought up here? I feel lonely sometimes... most of my hrs spent with children. -any advice for going back to college at the age of 34? -ANYONE EXPERIENCED THE FAFSA PROCESS DURING THIS STRANGE TIME? ANY ADVICE THERE? -how about becoming an ohio resident? easiest way? -best way to deal with Z's ex. he wants my opinion about divorce and child support. he fears that if he pushes for financial help she will push for custody. to that I say HAHAHAH. no way. this woman may bluff but she does not want that responsibility. at all. she can afford to help. if she won't give her time and love she can at least assist in a financial way. right? again... my opinion. its his call... his divorce... but. fuck her. she gets to lay everything on him? why? -how do I connect with the oldest child in a meaningful way? make him feel loved and wanted? -love me. dont judge too harshly. its been a hard few months. haha. if you made it this far, damn. thank you.
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2020.05.26 06:33 biggreekgeek Flatten the Curve Pt 3. Were all in this together & you're either with us or against us

Part 1
Part 2
Since 2001 their narrative has programmed us for the NEW NORMAL and now the narrative shall slowly become WE'RE ALL IN THIS TOGETHER.
There have been indicators of the predictive programming change running concurrently with the predominant program.
In political communication, the phrase "you're either with us, or against us" and similar variations are used to depict situations as being polarized and to force witnesses, bystanders, or others unaligned with some form of pre-existing conflict to either become allies of the speaking party or lose favor. The implied consequence of not joining the team effort is to be deemed an enemy.
They chose this slogan as our rally point waiting for the conflict to be unleashed. This predictive programming had to be unnoticeable, since it had to infect all of us and be continually reinforced for their plans epoch, a culmination which couldn't be questioned and criticized.
Examples of the uniform behavior message they're programming through the medium of electronic information.
Hillary Clinton said on September 13, 2001: "Every nation has to either be with us, or against us. Those who harbor terrorists, or who finance them, are going to pay a price."
President George W. Bush, in an address to a joint session of Congress on September 20, 2001 said, "Every nation, in every region, now has a decision to make. Either you are with us, or you are with the terrorists."
The Republicans vs. The Democrats. After years of fighting, in the face of great danger, unify. The message is clear, we may fight, we may disagree, but when there is a threat to our survival, WE'RE ALL IN THIS TOGETHER!
There are more political examples of this slogan out there, if you dare to start questioning your parents authority.
Because your politician's have become your parents, constantly arguing in front of their children (voters), causing their children to mimic their behavior? And when they tire of their children mimicking them, they would say, IS THIS HOW YOU WANT IT TO BE (New Normal), fine, GO TO YOUR ROOM (self isolate). Yet when a child suddenly engages in self destructive behavior because the child lacks the neccessary comprehension to understand the negative ramifications of his behavior or the danger he is facing, suddenly the parents unify, WE'RE A FAMILY, TOGETHER WE CAN BEAT ANYTHING (we're all in this together).
Us vs Them. The hidden message of us was everywhere, but we didn't see it. We still don't. That's the plan. Do you start a relationship with an abusive partner? Not willingly. Yet it happens, constantly. Why? Because they give you what you want and tell you what you want to hear.
Sound familiar?
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Don't worry, be happy. Do what I say, don't look at what I do. Don't look at the messages delivered through our mass media medium, just keep arguing with each other over with all of the division our tactics have caused in you. This is the WITH US OR AGAINST US sub narratives that have us trapped, unable to see the Chess game they're moving you in.
The narrative has been in full swing since we were children.
In the movie Beauty and the Beast, Gaston tells fellow citizens of his village that "If you're not with us, you're against us," and thereafter locks up Belle and her father so he can hunt the Beast.
In the climax of the film Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith, Anakin Skywalker (aka Darth Vader) says to Obi-Wan Kenobi, "If you're not with me, then you're my enemy."
A professional wrestling faction in WWE, called The Nexus, used the slogan "You're either Nexus, or you're against us".
In the Smallville episode "Shattered", Lex Luthor tells Clark Kent, "You're either with me or against me, Clark. Choose right now."
In the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2003 TV series episode "The Shredder Strikes, Part One" The Shredder tells the Turtles "Those who are not with me are against me, and I crush anyone who stands against me!" right before facing them for the first time.
In the film X-Men: First Class, Dr. Klaus Schmidt / Sebastian Shaw tells the X-Men, "If you are not with us, then by definition, you are against us."
Russell Hantz frequently uses a variation of the line, "You're either with me or against me," as an intimidation tactic towards his competition and fellow allies in Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains, the twentieth edition of the show. Sandra Diaz-Twine bluntly replies, "I'm against you, Russell.
In Red Dead Redemption II, when Arthur Morgan and John Marston confront their outlaw gang leader, Dutch Van Der Linde, about Micah Bell's treachery, Dutch points his guns towards them and asks the others, "which amongst you is with me, and who is betraying me!"
Messages for the future adults in your children's entertainment. Children's PROGRAMS for their PROGRAMMING.
Can you see the CODING in the PROGRAMMING? Or are you a part of the PROGRAM?
Invisible Manipulation: 10 ways our data is being used against us Privacy.org
Is this message working? Do you want gun violence to be your **NEW NORMAL?
** Coverage of the Las Vegas concert attack, the deadliest mass shooting in ... 1 Year After Vegas Shooting, Survivors Describe 'New Normal' ... Nov 6, 2017.
May 22, 2018 After Santa Fe, School Shootings Are Becoming The New Normal
Aug. 4, 2019 Within just 13 hours apart , two U.S. mass shootings took ... Is this the new normal in America? ... are with the victims in those acts of violence, as well as those in El Paso and Dayton.
Of course you don't, so remember your either WITH US, OR AGAINST US.
Either with us or against us -School shooting survivor
This past weekend's violence — mass shootings in El Paso and Dayton, Ohio — appears to have intensified the already volatile ...You're either with us or against us.
BECAUSE WE'RE ALL TOGETHER NOW
“I want people to know that if we don’t do anything about it, it will come to your door, no matter where you live,” she said. “We can’t let these moments divide us and weigh lives against each other to see who matters more. We’re all in this together now.”
with the Las Vegas shooting, the deadliest mass shooting in United ... shooting changed country music: 'We're all in this together'.
Mass shootings are terrible and my heart goes out them, but what people need to understand is ... We're all in this together now. ”
And now, the medium starts to merge the message for your consumption while the economy is shutting down and you, the consumer feels the depression of historical unemployment and crashing production leaving you without consumption to fuel your dopamine production.
They've manufactured a withdrawal of meaning and purpose, increased your sense of helplessness and inevitability, and now they're providing you with a subliminal cohesive culminating pattern.
Gun Deaths. The Environment. The Pandemic. We're all in this together, and you're either with us, or against us!
reminding Canadians that we're all in this together and people have ...the wake of a mass shooting in the province, in addition to COVID- 19
On climate change, we're all in this together a candle outside Walmart, near the scene of a mass shooting which left at least 22 people dead
May 5, 2020 It's taken a global, monumental effort, but COVID-19 has shown us what's possible when we collectively act.
Apr. 20, 2020 As families grieve the loss of a loved one, all Canadians are standing with them. The pandemic will prevent us from mourning together This is a difficult time and it can be a scary time, too. But we’re here for you and we’re going to get through this together, I promise.
All of us at Environmental Defence support and applaud the ... to find out how Canada can build a sustainable future after the COVID-19 crisis. March 20, 2020
The world is coming together to fight coronavirus. It can do the same for the climate crisis Apr. 8, 2020 While the coronavirus pandemic and climate change are inherently ... As Covid-19, the disease caused by the virus, spreads,
And now that WE'RE ALL IN THIS TOGETHER, let's not forget about the framing of the overall picture, because now that we're becoming unified, we need to MARCH towards a goal.
Gun control in the US: March for Our Lives has an ambitious new plan Aug. 21, 2019 March for Our Lives, the student-led movement focused on gun violence prevention that emerged from the 2018 Parkland, Florida,
Toronto's climate strike march takes over downtown core Sep. 27, 2019 Toronto's climate strike march takes over downtown core ... Climate strike protests are taking place across the country
Young People Lead Millions To Protest Global Inaction On Climate Change Sep. 20, 2019 "We know it's happening. We need change. We demand better," an 11-year-old girl said at a march in Thailand. Protesters are calling for
But now we can't march, can we? Let's see if our lives get a little better when we listen to authority.
March 2020 was the first March without a school shooting in the U.S. since 2002 Apr. 14, 2020 March 2020 was the first March without a school shooting in the U.S. ... that there have been school shootings every March since 2002
One Good Thing From the Pandemic: Mass Shootings in US Plunge - Bloomberg May 9, 2020 Forcing people in the U.S. to shelter at home during the coronavirus outbreak may have resulted in less death from Covid-19
Climate change: The planet is a beneficiary of coronavirus Mar. 17, 2020
Coronavirus shutdowns have unintended climate benefits: cleaner air, clearer water Mar. 19, 2020 "If we can think about how to prepare for climate change like a pandemic, maybe there will be a positive outcome to all of this,"

Did you see? Do you understand the lesson plan? Will you listen to us on the future?

How Coronavirus Could Help Us Fight Climate Change: Lessons From The Pandemic Mar. 30, 2020
How Can We Learn From COVID-19 To Mitigate Our Next Crisis: Climate Change Apr. 15, 2020
What the Coronavirus Pandemic Teaches Us About Fighting Climate Change Apr. 10, 2020 That prediction may prove short- lived at best. Emissions have declined as a result of the pandemic of a new coronavirus disease, COVID- 19
Do you really think this message isn't leading you somewhere? Do you honestly believe there isn't an overarching NARRATIVE moving their CHESSBOARD and moving their pawns forward into position?
Does climate change cause wars? Jul. 11, 2019 Some even gave it equal billing with China and the prospect of nuclear war. The United Nations warned that there's now a climate
Can we save the world from climate change without declaring war? Dec. 5, 2018
The Battle Against Global Warming Is the New Cold War Jan. 4, 2020 The Battle Against Global Warming Is the New Cold War. Here's how to mobilize the same federal machinery that gave us Wi-Fi
The climate crisis is our third world war. It needs a bold response Jun. 4, 2019

Or maybe we need two wars?

'This is a war': Military fight against COVID-19 will be anything but easy Apr. 11, 2020
Covid-19: What we can learn from wartime efforts May 1, 2020 · Comparisons between World War Two and the current coronavirus pandemic are prolific. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo,
COVID-19 is World War III Apr. 24, 2020

War? World War Three? Against who? Let's look.

Will Covid-19 Spark a Cold War (or Worse) With China? Apr. 22, 2020
Analysis Is a U.S.-China Cold War already underway? May 14, 2020
Coronavirus pandemic pushes US and China into new Cold War. May 16, 2020
China CO2 emission targets at risk from U.S. trade war. Aug. 29, 2019
How Climate Change Will Help China And Russia Wage Hybrid War. Oct. 23, 2019

Even Bill Gates is warning us, and he predicted the pandemic!

Bill Gates on the risk of war from climate change Quartz Sep. 16, 2019 · A warming climate, Bill Gates told Quartz, can spark reactions that lead to war
This the narrative pushing the NEW NORMAL and WE'RE ALL IN THIS TOGETHER, and, YOU'RE EITHER WITH US OR AGAINST US, in our War on Terror, Climate Change and the Epidemic, so just listen to us and relax. We know you love your guns, and we're going to give you a chance to use them very soon.
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2020.05.26 03:55 biggreekgeek We're all in this together, and you're either with us or against us. Part 3.

Part 1
Part 2
Since 2001 their narrative has programmed us for the NEW NORMAL and now the narrative shall slowly become WE'RE ALL IN THIS TOGETHER.
There have been indicators of the predictive programming change running concurrently with the predominant program.
In political communication, the phrase "you're either with us, or against us" and similar variations are used to depict situations as being polarized and to force witnesses, bystanders, or others unaligned with some form of pre-existing conflict to either become allies of the speaking party or lose favor. The implied consequence of not joining the team effort is to be deemed an enemy.
They chose this slogan as our rally point waiting for the conflict to be unleashed. This predictive programming had to be unnoticeable, since it had to infect all of us and be continually reinforced for their plans epoch, a culmination which couldn't be questioned and criticized.
Examples of the uniform behavior message they're programming through the medium of electronic information.
Hillary Clinton said on September 13, 2001: "Every nation has to either be with us, or against us. Those who harbor terrorists, or who finance them, are going to pay a price."
President George W. Bush, in an address to a joint session of Congress on September 20, 2001 said, "Every nation, in every region, now has a decision to make. Either you are with us, or you are with the terrorists."
The Republicans vs. The Democrats. After years of fighting, in the face of great danger, unify. The message is clear, we may fight, we may disagree, but when there is a threat to our survival, WE'RE ALL IN THIS TOGETHER!
There are more political examples of this slogan out there, if you dare to start questioning your parents authority.
Because your politician's have become your parents, constantly arguing in front of their children (voters), causing their children to mimic their behavior? And when they tire of their children mimicking them, they would say, IS THIS HOW YOU WANT IT TO BE (New Normal), fine, GO TO YOUR ROOM (self isolate). Yet when a child suddenly engages in self destructive behavior because the child lacks the neccessary comprehension to understand the negative ramifications of his behavior or the danger he is facing, suddenly the parents unify, WE'RE A FAMILY, TOGETHER WE CAN BEAT ANYTHING (we're all in this together).
Us vs Them. The hidden message of us was everywhere, but we didn't see it. We still don't. That's the plan. Do you start a relationship with an abusive partner? Not willingly. Yet it happens, constantly. Why? Because they give you what you want and tell you what you want to hear.
Sound familiar?
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Don't worry, be happy. Do what I say, don't look at what I do. Don't look at the messages delivered through our mass media medium, just keep arguing with each other over with all of the division our tactics have caused in you. This is the WITH US OR AGAINST US sub narratives that have us trapped, unable to see the Chess game they're moving you in.
The narrative has been in full swing since we were children.
In the movie Beauty and the Beast, Gaston tells fellow citizens of his village that "If you're not with us, you're against us," and thereafter locks up Belle and her father so he can hunt the Beast.
In the climax of the film Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith, Anakin Skywalker (aka Darth Vader) says to Obi-Wan Kenobi, "If you're not with me, then you're my enemy."
A professional wrestling faction in WWE, called The Nexus, used the slogan "You're either Nexus, or you're against us".
In the Smallville episode "Shattered", Lex Luthor tells Clark Kent, "You're either with me or against me, Clark. Choose right now."
In the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2003 TV series episode "The Shredder Strikes, Part One" The Shredder tells the Turtles "Those who are not with me are against me, and I crush anyone who stands against me!" right before facing them for the first time.
In the film X-Men: First Class, Dr. Klaus Schmidt / Sebastian Shaw tells the X-Men, "If you are not with us, then by definition, you are against us."
Russell Hantz frequently uses a variation of the line, "You're either with me or against me," as an intimidation tactic towards his competition and fellow allies in Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains, the twentieth edition of the show. Sandra Diaz-Twine bluntly replies, "I'm against you, Russell.
In Red Dead Redemption II, when Arthur Morgan and John Marston confront their outlaw gang leader, Dutch Van Der Linde, about Micah Bell's treachery, Dutch points his guns towards them and asks the others, "which amongst you is with me, and who is betraying me!"
Messages for the future adults in your children's entertainment. Children's PROGRAMS for their PROGRAMMING.
Can you see the CODING in the PROGRAMMING? Or are you a part of the PROGRAM?
Invisible Manipulation: 10 ways our data is being used against us Privacy.org
Is this message working? Do you want gun violence to be your **NEW NORMAL?
** Coverage of the Las Vegas concert attack, the deadliest mass shooting in ... 1 Year After Vegas Shooting, Survivors Describe 'New Normal' ... Nov 6, 2017.
May 22, 2018 After Santa Fe, School Shootings Are Becoming The New Normal
Aug. 4, 2019 Within just 13 hours apart , two U.S. mass shootings took ... Is this the new normal in America? ... are with the victims in those acts of violence, as well as those in El Paso and Dayton.
Of course you don't, so remember your either WITH US, OR AGAINST US.
Either with us or against us -School shooting survivor
This past weekend's violence — mass shootings in El Paso and Dayton, Ohio — appears to have intensified the already volatile ...You're either with us or against us.
BECAUSE WE'RE ALL TOGETHER NOW
“I want people to know that if we don’t do anything about it, it will come to your door, no matter where you live,” she said. “We can’t let these moments divide us and weigh lives against each other to see who matters more. We’re all in this together now.”
with the Las Vegas shooting, the deadliest mass shooting in United ... shooting changed country music: 'We're all in this together'.
Mass shootings are terrible and my heart goes out them, but what people need to understand is ... We're all in this together now. ”
And now, the medium starts to merge the message for your consumption while the economy is shutting down and you, the consumer feels the depression of historical unemployment and crashing production leaving you without consumption to fuel your dopamine production.
They've manufactured a withdrawal of meaning and purpose, increased your sense of helplessness and inevitability, and now they're providing you with a subliminal cohesive culminating pattern.
Gun Deaths. The Environment. The Pandemic. We're all in this together, and you're either with us, or against us!
reminding Canadians that we're all in this together and people have ...the wake of a mass shooting in the province, in addition to COVID- 19
On climate change, we're all in this together a candle outside Walmart, near the scene of a mass shooting which left at least 22 people dead
May 5, 2020 It's taken a global, monumental effort, but COVID-19 has shown us what's possible when we collectively act.
Apr. 20, 2020 As families grieve the loss of a loved one, all Canadians are standing with them. The pandemic will prevent us from mourning together This is a difficult time and it can be a scary time, too. But we’re here for you and we’re going to get through this together, I promise.
All of us at Environmental Defence support and applaud the ... to find out how Canada can build a sustainable future after the COVID-19 crisis. March 20, 2020
The world is coming together to fight coronavirus. It can do the same for the climate crisis Apr. 8, 2020 While the coronavirus pandemic and climate change are inherently ... As Covid-19, the disease caused by the virus, spreads,
And now that WE'RE ALL IN THIS TOGETHER, let's not forget about the framing of the overall picture, because now that we're becoming unified, we need to MARCH towards a goal.
Gun control in the US: March for Our Lives has an ambitious new plan Aug. 21, 2019 March for Our Lives, the student-led movement focused on gun violence prevention that emerged from the 2018 Parkland, Florida,
Toronto's climate strike march takes over downtown core Sep. 27, 2019 Toronto's climate strike march takes over downtown core ... Climate strike protests are taking place across the country
Young People Lead Millions To Protest Global Inaction On Climate Change Sep. 20, 2019 "We know it's happening. We need change. We demand better," an 11-year-old girl said at a march in Thailand. Protesters are calling for
But now we can't march, can we? Let's see if our lives get a little better when we listen to authority.
March 2020 was the first March without a school shooting in the U.S. since 2002 Apr. 14, 2020 March 2020 was the first March without a school shooting in the U.S. ... that there have been school shootings every March since 2002
One Good Thing From the Pandemic: Mass Shootings in US Plunge - Bloomberg May 9, 2020 Forcing people in the U.S. to shelter at home during the coronavirus outbreak may have resulted in less death from Covid-19
Climate change: The planet is a beneficiary of coronavirus Mar. 17, 2020
Coronavirus shutdowns have unintended climate benefits: cleaner air, clearer water Mar. 19, 2020 "If we can think about how to prepare for climate change like a pandemic, maybe there will be a positive outcome to all of this,"

Did you see? Do you understand the lesson plan? Will you listen to us on the future?

How Coronavirus Could Help Us Fight Climate Change: Lessons From The Pandemic Mar. 30, 2020
How Can We Learn From COVID-19 To Mitigate Our Next Crisis: Climate Change Apr. 15, 2020
What the Coronavirus Pandemic Teaches Us About Fighting Climate Change Apr. 10, 2020 That prediction may prove short- lived at best. Emissions have declined as a result of the pandemic of a new coronavirus disease, COVID- 19
Do you really think this message isn't leading you somewhere? Do you honestly believe there isn't an overarching NARRATIVE moving their CHESSBOARD and moving their pawns forward into position?
Does climate change cause wars? Jul. 11, 2019 Some even gave it equal billing with China and the prospect of nuclear war. The United Nations warned that there's now a climate
Can we save the world from climate change without declaring war? Dec. 5, 2018
The Battle Against Global Warming Is the New Cold War Jan. 4, 2020 The Battle Against Global Warming Is the New Cold War. Here's how to mobilize the same federal machinery that gave us Wi-Fi
The climate crisis is our third world war. It needs a bold response Jun. 4, 2019

Or maybe we need two wars?

'This is a war': Military fight against COVID-19 will be anything but easy Apr. 11, 2020
Covid-19: What we can learn from wartime efforts May 1, 2020 · Comparisons between World War Two and the current coronavirus pandemic are prolific. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo,
COVID-19 is World War III Apr. 24, 2020

War? World War Three? Against who? Let's look.

Will Covid-19 Spark a Cold War (or Worse) With China? Apr. 22, 2020
Analysis Is a U.S.-China Cold War already underway? May 14, 2020
Coronavirus pandemic pushes US and China into new Cold War May 16, 2020
China CO2 emission targets at risk from U.S. trade war Aug. 29, 2019
How Climate Change Will Help China And Russia Wage Hybrid War Oct. 23, 2019

Even Bill Gates is warning us, and he predicted the pandemic!

Bill Gates on the risk of war from climate change Quartz Sep. 16, 2019 · A warming climate, Bill Gates told Quartz, can spark reactions that lead to war
This the narrative pushing the NEW NORMAL and WE'RE ALL IN THIS TOGETHER, and, YOU'RE EITHER WITH US OR AGAINST US, in our War on Terror, Climate Change and the Epidemic, so just listen to us and relax. We know you love your guns, and we're going to give you a change to use them very soon.
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2020.05.26 02:07 biggreekgeek We're all in this together, and you're either with us or against us. Part 3

Part 1
Part 2
Since 2001 their narrative has programmed us for the NEW NORMAL and now the narrative shall slowly become WE'RE ALL IN THIS TOGETHER.
There have been indicators of the predictive programming change running concurrently with the predominant program.
In political communication, the phrase "you're either with us, or against us" and similar variations are used to depict situations as being polarized and to force witnesses, bystanders, or others unaligned with some form of pre-existing conflict to either become allies of the speaking party or lose favor. The implied consequence of not joining the team effort is to be deemed an enemy.
They chose this slogan as our rally point waiting for the conflict to be unleashed. This predictive programming had to be unnoticeable, since it had to infect all of us and be continually reinforced for their plans epoch, a culmination which couldn't be questioned and criticized.
Examples of the uniform behavior message they're programming through the medium of electronic information.
Hillary Clinton said on September 13, 2001: "Every nation has to either be with us, or against us. Those who harbor terrorists, or who finance them, are going to pay a price."
President George W. Bush, in an address to a joint session of Congress on September 20, 2001 said, "Every nation, in every region, now has a decision to make. Either you are with us, or you are with the terrorists."
The Republicans vs. The Democrats. After years of fighting, in the face of great danger, unify. The message is clear, we may fight, we may disagree, but when there is a threat to our survival, WE'RE ALL IN THIS TOGETHER!
There are more political examples of this slogan out there, if you dare to start questioning your parents authority.
Because your politician's have become your parents, constantly arguing in front of their children (voters), causing their children to mimic their behavior? And when they tire of their children mimicking them, they would say, IS THIS HOW YOU WANT IT TO BE (New Normal), fine, GO TO YOUR ROOM (self isolate). Yet when a child suddenly engages in self destructive behavior because the child lacks the neccessary comprehension to understand the negative ramifications of his behavior or the danger he is facing, suddenly the parents unify, WE'RE A FAMILY, TOGETHER WE CAN BEAT ANYTHING (we're all in this together).
Us vs Them. The hidden message of us was everywhere, but we didn't see it. We still don't. That's the plan. Do you start a relationship with an abusive partner? Not willingly. Yet it happens, constantly. Why? Because they give you what you want and tell you what you want to hear.
Sound familiar?
FREE PORN FOR EVERYONE DRUGS TO HELP YOU BE HAPPY AND PRODUCTIVE ENDLESS OPTIONS FOR ENTERTAINMENT COUNTLESS OPTIONS FOR CHEAP FAST FOOD
Don't worry, be happy. Do what I say, don't look at what I do. Don't look at the messages delivered through our mass media medium, just keep arguing with each other over with all of the division our tactics have caused in you. This is the WITH US OR AGAINST US sub narratives that have us trapped, unable to see the Chess game they're moving you in.
The narrative has been in full swing since we were children.
In the movie Beauty and the Beast, Gaston tells fellow citizens of his village that "If you're not with us, you're against us," and thereafter locks up Belle and her father so he can hunt the Beast.
In the climax of the film Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith, Anakin Skywalker (aka Darth Vader) says to Obi-Wan Kenobi, "If you're not with me, then you're my enemy."
A professional wrestling faction in WWE, called The Nexus, used the slogan "You're either Nexus, or you're against us".
In the Smallville episode "Shattered", Lex Luthor tells Clark Kent, "You're either with me or against me, Clark. Choose right now."
In the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2003 TV series episode "The Shredder Strikes, Part One" The Shredder tells the Turtles "Those who are not with me are against me, and I crush anyone who stands against me!" right before facing them for the first time.
In the film X-Men: First Class, Dr. Klaus Schmidt / Sebastian Shaw tells the X-Men, "If you are not with us, then by definition, you are against us."
Russell Hantz frequently uses a variation of the line, "You're either with me or against me," as an intimidation tactic towards his competition and fellow allies in Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains, the twentieth edition of the show. Sandra Diaz-Twine bluntly replies, "I'm against you, Russell.
In Red Dead Redemption II, when Arthur Morgan and John Marston confront their outlaw gang leader, Dutch Van Der Linde, about Micah Bell's treachery, Dutch points his guns towards them and asks the others, "which amongst you is with me, and who is betraying me!"
Messages for the future adults in your children's entertainment. Children's PROGRAMS for their PROGRAMMING.
Can you see the CODING in the PROGRAMMING? Or are you a part of the PROGRAM?
Invisible Manipulation: 10 ways our data is being used against us Privacy.org
Is this message working? Do you want gun violence to be your NEW NORMAL? Coverage of the Las Vegas concert attack, the deadliest mass shooting in ... 1 Year After Vegas Shooting, Survivors Describe 'New Normal' ... Nov 6, 2017.
May 22, 2018 After Santa Fe, School Shootings Are Becoming The New Normal
Aug. 4, 2019 · Within just 13 hours apart , two U.S. mass shootings took ... “Is this the new normal in America? ... are with the victims in those acts of violence, as well as those in El Paso and Dayton.
Of course you don't, so remember your either WITH US, OR AGAINST US.
Either with us or against us-School shooting survivor
This past weekend's violence — mass shootings in El Paso and Dayton, Ohio — appears to have intensified the already volatile ...You're either with us or against us.
BECAUSE WE'RE ALL TOGETHER NOW
“I want people to know that if we don’t do anything about it, it will come to your door, no matter where you live,” she said. “We can’t let these moments divide us and weigh lives against each other to see who matters more. We’re all in this together now.”
with the Las Vegas shooting, the deadliest mass shooting in United ... shooting changed country music: 'We're all in this together'.
“Mass shootings are terrible and my heart goes out them, but what people need to understand is ... We're all in this together now. ”
And now, the medium starts to merge the message for your consumption while the economy is shutting down and you, the consumer feels the depression of historical unemployment and crashing production leaving you without consumption to fuel your dopamine production.
^(they've manufactured a withdrawal of meaning and purpose, increased your sense of helplessness and inevitability, and now they're providing you with a subliminal cohesive culminating pattern)^
Gun Deaths. The Environment. The Pandemic. We're all in this together, and you're either with us, or against us!
reminding Canadians that we're all in this together and people have ... the wake of a mass shooting in the province, in addition to COVID- 19
On climate change, we're all in this together...a candle outside Walmart, near the scene of a mass shooting which left at least 22 people dead
May 5, 2020 · It's taken a global, monumental effort, but COVID-19 has shown us what's possible when we collectively act.
Apr. 20, 2020 · As families grieve the loss of a loved one, all Canadians are standing with them. The pandemic will prevent us from mourning together ... This is a difficult time and it can be a scary time, too. But we’re here for you and we’re going to get through this together, I promise.
Mar. 20, 2020 · All of us at Environmental Defence support and applaud the ... to find out how Canada can build a sustainable future after the COVID-19 crisis.
The world is coming together to fight coronavirus. It can do the same for the climate crisis - CNN Apr. 8, 2020 · While the coronavirus pandemic and climate change are inherently ... As Covid-19, the disease caused by the virus, spreads,
And now that WE'RE ALL IN THIS TOGETHER, let's not forget about the framing of the overall picture, because now that we're becoming unified, we need to MARCH towards a goal.
Gun control in the US: March for Our Lives has an ambitious new plan - CNNPolitics - CNN.com Aug. 21, 2019 · March for Our Lives, the student-led movement focused on gun violence prevention that emerged from the 2018 Parkland, Florida,
Toronto's climate strike march takes over downtown core - Toronto Globalnews.ca Sep. 27, 2019 · Toronto's climate strike march takes over downtown core ... Climate strike protests are taking place across the country
www.npr.org Young People Lead Millions To Protest Global Inaction On Climate Change Sep. 20, 2019 · "We know it's happening. We need change. We demand better," an 11-year-old girl said at a march in Thailand. Protesters are calling for
But now we can't march, can we? Let's see if our lives get a little better when we listen to authority.
https://www.cbsnews.com › news March 2020 was the first March without a school shooting in the U.S. since 2002 - CBS News Apr. 14, 2020 · March 2020 was the first March without a school shooting in the U.S. ... that there have been school shootings every March since 2002
https://www.bloomberg.com › One Good Thing From the Pandemic: Mass Shootings in US Plunge - Bloomberg May 9, 2020 · Forcing people in the U.S. to shelter at home during the coronavirus outbreak may have resulted in less death from Covid- 19
https://www.cnn.com › asia › Climate change: The planet is a beneficiary of coronavirus - CNN - CNN.com Mar. 17, 2020 · In neighboring Hong Kong, air quality has also improved since the city entered partial shutdown mode to combat the spread of the .
www.nbcnews.com Coronavirus shutdowns have unintended climate benefits: cleaner air, clearer water Mar. 19, 2020 · "If we can think about how to prepare for climate change like a pandemic, maybe there will be a positive outcome to all of this,"
Did you see? Do you understand the lesson plan? Will you listen to us on the future?
www.forbes.comHow Coronavirus Could Help Us Fight Climate Change: Lessons From The Pandemic Mar. 30, 2020 · The first point is obvious: climate change and coronavirus share ... work, but it didn't cost that much and improved the whole system.
www.forbes.com How Can We Learn From COVID-19 To Mitigate Our Next Crisis: Climate Change Apr. 15, 2020 · The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted nearly all parts of the ... a more significant crisis that lies ahead - climate change. ... Not long after, Iran, the United States and several European
www.cfr.org What the Coronavirus Pandemic Teaches Us About Fighting Climate Change Apr. 10, 2020 · That prediction may prove short- lived at best. Emissions have declined as a result of the pandemic of a new coronavirus disease, COVID- 19
Do you really think this message isn't leading you somewhere? Do you honestly believe there isn't an overarching NARRATIVE moving their CHESSBOARD and moving their pawns forward into position?
www.washingtonpost.com Does climate change cause wars? - The Washington Post Jul. 11, 2019 · Some even gave it equal billing with China and the prospect of nuclear war. The United Nations warned that there's now a climate
grist.org Can we save the world from climate change without declaring war? Dec. 5, 2018 · By pitting one group against another, do war metaphors undermine our ability to take on this global crisis?
www.wired.com The Battle Against Global Warming Is the New Cold War Jan. 4, 2020 · The Battle Against Global Warming Is the New Cold War. Here's how to mobilize the same federal machinery that gave us Wi-Fi
https://www.theguardian.com › ... The climate crisis is our third world war. It needs a bold response Joseph Stiglitz Opinion Jun. 4, 2019 · Any politician, anywhere in the world, who hasn't taken the time educate themselves on climate change, and develop policies to

Or maybe we need two wars?

www.ctvnews.ca 'This is a war': Military fight against COVID-19 will be anything but easy Apr. 11, 2020 · OTTAWA -- When 40 Canadian Rangers swung into action in northern Quebec this week to set up heated tents for COVID-19
www.bbc.com Covid-19: What we can learn from wartime efforts May 1, 2020 · Comparisons between World War Two and the current coronavirus pandemic are prolific . New York Governor Andrew Cuomo,
https://freakonomics.com › podcast Will Covid-19 Spark a Cold War (or Worse) With China? (Ep. 414) - Freakonomics Apr. 22, 2020 · But really what I want to get to with both of you is: should China pay for Covid-19? And if so, how?
https://porthawkesburyreporter.com › COVID-19 is World War III - Port Hawkesbury Reporter Apr. 24, 2020 · The COVID-19 virus is destructive world-wide, and causing serious illness along with deaths. It will attack any individual who is unfortunate to

War? World War Three? Against who? Let's look.

https://freakonomics.com › podcast Will Covid-19 Spark a Cold War (or Worse) With China? (Ep. 414) - Freakonomics Apr. 22, 2020 · But really what I want to get to with both of you is: should China pay for Covid-19? And if so, how?
www.washingtonpost.com Analysis Is a U.S.-China Cold War already underway? May 14, 2020 · More than 94,000 people have died from covid-19 in the United States, where the number of confirmed cases is approaching
asia.nikkei.com Coronavirus pandemic pushes US and China into new Cold War May 16, 2020 · Proponents of the view say China's initial attempts to conceal the danger of the virus causing COVID-19 has led to the loss of tens of thousands
www.reuters.com China CO2 emission targets at risk from U.S. trade war Aug. 29, 2019 · China's greenhouse gas emission targets are at risk as a result of the trade war with the United States, which has put Beijing's
www.defenseone.com How Climate Change Will Help China And Russia Wage Hybrid War Oct. 23, 2019 · Increased refugee flows, weather threats, and declining food security will deepen tensions already being exploited to divide and weaken
Even Bill Gates is warning us, and he predicted the pandemic!
https://qz.com Bill Gates on the risk of war from climate change — Quartz Sep. 16, 2019 · A warming climate, Bill Gates told Quartz, can spark reactions that lead to war
This the narrative pushing the NEW NORMAL and WE'RE ALL IN THIS TOGETHER, and, YOU'RE EITHER WITH US OR AGAINST US, in our War on Terror, Climate Change and the Epidemic, so just listen to us and relax. We know you love your guns, and we're going to give you a change to use them very soon.
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